Elmer's Glue Forever

Elmer's Glue Forever

A Poem by Jesse Lancaster

Prescribed feels.

"it's too late
you're in my head"
leaving the party at 9PM,
we're just talking
in the back of the car
about the bands we like
and when I think the world will end
but that night
and the shorter ones in between
they were nothing,
feelings that came and went
so we both stopped reading each other's poems,   
we both pretend.

It doesn't hurt that much,
I just wanted to point it out.
I was only home
for a couple months,
by then it was too late
and even then, you'd agree
that there weren't many feeling at all, 
a mutual hurt followed by lust
a voice to compliment you in your time of need
I'm not enough.

© 2013 Jesse Lancaster

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Added on January 30, 2013
Last Updated on April 11, 2013
Tags: oh my god, you're in my head


Jesse Lancaster
Jesse Lancaster

Manchester, CT

I'm Jesse Lancaster. No I'm not. I am: 19 And now: @ Uni for my sophomore year. My writing draws heavy influences from the music I listen to, other writers (such as Chuck Palahniuk, John Green a.. more..