Space and Acceptance

by Adrian Foster

Time to ponder

A time to think

To clear our minds

Of our hardships

And get them in sync.

Think of the GOOD that has happened

And the BAD that is gone

Still we question ourselves

Can he or she be the one

Is this relationship done

Variables made present

Obstacles in the way

Marriage is one

And emotions

You do or do not portray

Love is a question

Context scattered afar

But always something mentioned

Question is if we are

So time is what is needed

Although this time is hard to give

I've forgiven you for your faults

Is it so hard for you to forgive


Author's Note: For ~Lisa~ : All those times I tried to just talk with you, if the opportunity ever presented itself, but you would just play your games. Saying you don't want to start anything. Start what is what I could never figure out. And the look on your face, along with how you sounded, when you would say that. It wasn't hard to tell that you still have feelings for me. Why play the game? It's not like I don't want to talk to you. And it's definitely not that I wouldn't want to be with you. I just don't want to put up with the bs that comes out of your mouth. You were a much better person when we first met. When you'd show up at every store I used to do work at for Kraft. Before I fell in love with you. The door is open. You know what I mean. I see when you drive by my house.

Posted on 10/20/2014
Copyright © 2024 Adrian Foster

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 10/20/14 at 08:52 PM

I really like the way you've expressed yourselves and the relationship here. Found myself easily relating to this in my ow way. Thanks for posting it. :)

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