Root Beer

June 29, 2009
By CoreyLeigh BRONZE, Kimberly, Idaho
CoreyLeigh BRONZE, Kimberly, Idaho
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I’m told we can’t see each other anymore
That you’re unhealthy for me
They tore you away from me, leaving me alone
But I can’t stop thinking about you
That tint in your body lures me
Can we still make this work?
Do you still want me too?
You’re so bad for me, but I love you so much
Maybe a few moments we can stay together
Sneaking out at night to meet
Or a hidden kiss while we sit alone
All I want is to hold you again,
Feeling that tingling only you give me
Oh Honey, I want you with me
And we can make this work,
Just you, me and Mac

The author's comments:
My friend commented on that I never seem to be without a can or bottle of Root Beer. She even joked that I acted like it was my boyfriend. So after thinking about her comment, I decided to write this poem and gave it to her.

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