Sitting in a car, I looked at you from the tainted window from afar
Youve gained some weight, I lost my half,
You are seen in places, I’ve already returned from,
Somehow, this distance has made my love strong,
My weaknesses of your businesses have turned into martyr:s stars,
I don’t get to see you too much,
You sleep without my finger touch,
We haven’t yet said, but publicly have been cited,
You know I have said my vows, and you said yours in a Friday afternoon mess,
There are my worries, I do disappear,
I am not available on social media like the rest,
My dreams are bigger than my tears,
I’ve never cried on your shoulder,
Each time we teamed up-we brought heaven down,
And I decide to write about you while I am still far away from you,
I never start the conversation, will never will
I can recall how you screamed my name, and my ladies reminded me that you were there in your tux and limo,
I don’t dream of money and trashed hotel rooms, pearls on my neck, or Victoria secret on my body,
I dream of completing a love I have thought of and asked for,
I can’t stand screams or silence that pierces,
I have seen the pain of unsuccessful marriages,
I cannot be knotted into one such,
I know how to cook, and you can make me laugh,
I like it how you talk family with me, I keep mine a successful secret.
I have dispersed into the love of you.
On some days I reread every text I sent and received
You read these poems and say your gratitude.
I hope to see you in a wedding dress someday.