Resounding in My Head

July 30, 2008
By Eliza Rooney, Louisburg, KS

Your name resounds in my head
Your membrance I can’t compete
The true belief
If you will not be mine
I will surely decline
Upon everything in my life
You are by far my most daring strife
This is what I am- Numbed to the head
Totally dazed, but no complete
This encounter that we meet
Has set me off my insecure feet
Out of reality and false desire
These memories are not a liar
From saplings to new bloom
Our love will never ruin
Through my eyes I see your face
These emotions I cannot erase
Flooding my body with your embrace
I need you now; with side my pace
Come forth to me, now don’t delay
Just one touch of a lover’s kiss, if you may
These tears that I shed-
True love at last; forget the past
We have found something that lasts

The author's comments:
My works are all about love and decieving and just the word love in general. I'm a 15 year old teen and are one of the pretty girls in high school that get hurt a lot and find themselves in love often. If i didn't have these incidents I wouldn't have the fuel to write so many poems. In a way sometimes I don't mind getting hurt or being in love for a while, because then I have something to write about.

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