Unrequited Love

Unrequited Love

A Poem by SabrinaThePoet

I bottle my feelings and fill them with liquor 
Unrequited love will make you bitter 
She would sweeten the blow with lines like " it's not you, it's me" 
I can't remember the last time I've ever felt at peace 
Maybe it's because memories of her are starting to fade like these worn-out jeans that I'm wearing 
Staring, I be staring into space sometimes 
Trying to connect the fragments of what could have been like a constellation in my mind She could have been my world 
 We could have exploded into galaxies 
But in actuality her oblivion proves that my fantasies are fallacies So I have to face reality… 

- J.B.

© 2014 SabrinaThePoet

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nice stuff. lots of potential. worn-out jeans statement's a bit cheesy though. it could also have been longer. check out my stuff and recommend to others. thanks.

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Added on May 19, 2014
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Athens, GA

My real name is Jamie, i am currently 20, and i love to read and write poetry. "Let your soul and tongue make love and give birth to expression" - Diego more..