|DayDreams (standard:poetry, 359 words)|
|Author: Nathan Scot Taylor||Added: Sep 27 2005||Views/Reads: 1852/1110||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|Trying to work through something.|
DAYDREAMS Hell, Maybe this will work I keep trying to figure it out. I keep trying to work out the answer. I keep trying to outhink this. It never really works. I know the truth. I know how you feel about him. I know your in love with him. but Somewhere deeper. Somewhere I don't let others see Somewhere I try to stay away from. I still dream about you. I know you never felt it. I know you never vaugely felt it. That just, sort of, makes it worse. It's almost funny, if it wasn't pathetic. I have serious problem with accepting reality. You weren't my one. That's what it breaks down to. You weren't my one. So why can't my heart listen. I'm screwed up, I don't work right. Hell, I'm probably just hiding behind the memory of you. I know what's real. I pride myself on it. And we weren't. That wasn't it. But I keep thinking about you. I have daydreams about holding you. I have daydreams where I think about nothing but holding you while we watch TV. I am sick of hiding. I am sick of being scared. I am sick to death of feeling like this. And there's no damned good reason for me to keep doing it. But I still do. The truth is, if we had almost happened, I would've figured out some reason to keep hiding. Click here to read the rest of this story (31 more lines)
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