The Boy Who Couldn't Ask

May 5, 2010
By theintrovertmonologues DIAMOND, Pittsford, New York
theintrovertmonologues DIAMOND, Pittsford, New York
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The bell rings
Like an angel sings
The boy's frown flips
Cuz he loves these trips
To the familiar room
Where he will soon
See the girl

Each time they meet
He has quaking feet
Hands brush
Cheeks flush
Their faces close
Their daily dose
She may not see
Neither does he
But everyone else can
They are in love

Months pass and he can not ask
It seems like such a simple task
And eventually
As he can see
She's moved on
With his jacket on
And though he keeps it a mask
He is the boy who couldn't ask


The author's comments:
This is an original poem from my heart.

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