About the Poem
This Poem is what I feel about a certain guy . . . I guy that I can't touch . . . one that will never look at me the way I look at him . . . but then as there is with everything . . . I have hope . . . and that is displayed within this poem . . . Yes it doesn't really have a form . . . or a rhyme to it . . . but then do all ideas?
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|by Em Bohrer
It would be so nice
If you just gave a glance my way
But , who am I kidding?
I'm just a nameless loser
Another someone who's far from beauty
But just you wait and see
Because someday . . . far from now
God's gonna take us up
And I'll be beautiful in your eyes
Because he'll give me angel's wings.
And when you look at me
I'll smile , as a tribute to that day.
Because that will probably be the first time
You look at me that way.
And you'll know me as Emily
Instead of who?
Too bad its gonna take those angel's wings
To make my dreams come true.
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