I don’t know how you feel,
Or if I’m really ideal;
But I do know what you are,
Hey, you’re my superstar.
I might tell you one day,
Even if it seems cliché;
But I’ll tell you what you mean,
Hey, you’re my morning caffeine.
I know there’s another guy,
But this isn't a goodbye;
No, I’ll be waiting around,
Hey, we’ll always have common ground.
As long as you don’t forget,
I will never have to regret;
As long as you never run,
Hey, you’re not just a pun.
I was going to post about witchcraft yesterday, and perhaps one day I still will. But it's hard to do when I get so distracted. School papers are really hard for me to write because, when I get distracted, I can't continue my thought. Which is why I don't write outlines. I don't write rough drafts. I don't do any of that stuff that "skilled" people do. Crazy? No. If I wrote a rough draft, I wouldn't even look at it while writing the final draft. My thoughts have to flow into my fingers which press the silly little clicking buttons that tell the computer what to say.
It's just how my mind works, really. I'm unorganized. I'm a clean freak. And I'm somewhat a perfectionist. On some things. It might be all guys that do this, but I kinda doubt it. I probably have some mental disorder or something. I mean, think about it. I love chick flicks, I love kid movies, I love clothes (though I might not show it much), I hate video games, I love writing, I judge depending on certain vibes.
That last one is weird on its own! Who else judges on a vibe? Not only judges on it, but who actually trusts their vibes enough to pick their friends? I do. If I have a good vibe about someone, I will practically seek them out! Sort of. But we've talked about my vibes, so we don't have to waste another post on that! Heh
This post was specifically made for the poem that I wrote. I realized just how long it's been since I wrote a poem. It's been even longer since I posted one! I very rarely post my poems. Why? Because I think they all suck. This one does, too..but it makes me smile. =)
If you don't know what it means, I guess you could ask about it. But I think it's a pretty self-explanatory poem. Is it about a specific person? Perhaps. But I applied it to a lot of things in my life, so it's not really talking to anyone like it appears.
That's what I love about poetry (or any form of writing, really). You're able to control the difference between the meaning of something and the actual poem (or what ever form of literature).
Comments are always appreciated. =)