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These are the Things She Doesn't Know

by Thomas K. Hunt

I miss the way she would call my name
Since she's been gone things aren't the same
I was a fool to let her go
These are the things she doesn't know

I found a love that would never die
It's all one sided, it's just me and I
She doesn't know she took a piece of my heart
She doesn't know she broke me all apart

We were friends before our first kiss
Oh, her kiss I truly miss
Her eyes would close and she'd melt into me
I've always thought we were meant to be

She's the only one that made me feel my heart
The only one right from the very start
I let her go when I should have held tight
I blinked and she was gone from my sight

I miss the way she would call my name
Since she's been gone things aren't the same
I was a fool to let her go
These are the things she doesn't know

I need to see the smile on her face
I need to be sharing her space
I need to hear her laughter again
She was my lover and my best friend

She doesn't see I'm alone in this place
She doesn't see the tears on my face
She doesn't know the sorrow I feel
She doesn't know it's all too real

She doesn't even know if I exsist
I wish she could see me like this
Then she'd know just how I feel
Then she'd know my love is real

I miss the way she would call my name
Since she's been gone things aren't the same
I was a fool to let her go
These are the things she doesn't know

I want to close my eyes under a star filled sky
I want to wake up with her by my side
The one that got away was the love of my life
I let her go and I married my wife

11/04/2017

Author's Note: Non Autobiographical

Posted on 11/04/2017
Copyright © 2017 Thomas K. Hunt

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Brian Francis on 11/09/17 at 12:12 PM

I like this. Although the AABB rhyming style I find works better in shorter pieces. Your rhymes are well done and the imagery comes through clear well said --bf

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