Monday, June 22, 2009

Hugging the Pain

They were finished for the night, and everyone was talking
He had to go so, he said goodbye to everbody
He hugged everyone except the girl who really cared
And as she watched him drive away, she was dying of the pain

She got to her car, relieved that she had made it
She thought everyone could see her faking it;
She looks out the window with tears down her face
Only to find him pass and mouth her name

You see, he had forgotten something
And he was just now remembering.
But by the time he got back, she was gone
And so was the hug, all gone.

All gone, but they embraced the same heart break.

Saturday, June 20, 2009


I saw his caring, caring face
And my brain was out of place.
He did not love me, no not at all;
He pitied me, and that's all.

How stupid was I then?
I should have put two and two together
I should have known not to try to bear
Those feelings that shouldn't have been there.

I find a picture of him and I try to glare,
But somehow all I can do is stare
Stare into those gorgous, gentle brown eyes
The same whom I should despise,
For I am not one to be pitied well.

Next I see him again, with a friend;
He hugged her and I tried not to bend my guard,
Oh, I can not tell you how hard it was, hard
But I managed.

I see him later, and he hugs me,
Saying he meant to do that earlier, saying sorry
And as the akward embrace followed,
I tryed not to feel happy.