Where’d you think I’d go?
You know how I feel so
I knew you’d be waiting there
Because neither of us would dare
To walk away feeling this way
Walking together till we’re gray
Even knowing how bad it gets
With each of us crying to quit
The love and pain we share
Can’t ever even compare
Because I know how you feel so
Where did you think I’d go?
© 2011 Michael Yost
How wonderful to know words like this exsist! Very Sweet!
I’m glad you enjoyed it.
Tue love is a thousand arguments and a thousand apologies and, more importantly, a thousand forgivings.
And then the leaning one another when the silly arguments are done and it matters most.
Your poem inspires. I loved it.
Thanks Tim. Good luck with your book!
Here the rhythm is key…
Thanks and I agree.
Sweet. Romantic. 🙂
Once in a while it slips out. smiles.
A little more than “once in awhile” … You make up for my being not romantic at all ….
Poem on, Michael!
Happy Wednesday. Have a good one.
I think there could still be a flutter someday. Happy Wednesday to you as well. smiles…
playful and sweet.
I can relate so much to this piece, amazing and very romantic through good times and bad