Yet AgainMature

You saw my confusion.

You saw my lack on interest.

You saw my lifeless soul, looking out from my blue eyes.

You saw the hidden pain.

You saw all of me.

And yet you still love me?


I saw my blemishes.

I saw my hidden thoughts.

I saw what I hated most, when I looked in the mirror.

I cried at night, hoping for it all to end.

You saw all of me.

And yet you still love me?


I tried to hide it.

Tuck it all away.

Put a smile on for the crowd.

But it never really went away.

You saw all of me.

And yet you still love me? 


Then I came to that point.

When I thought I would never be ok.

The smile I plastered on my face.

Was quickly fading away. 

You saw all of me. 

And yet you still love me?


The heartache, the pain, the unmeasurable guilt.

Was about to make me implode.  

I stopped believing.

Stopped trying.

You saw all of me.

And yet you love me?


"I am heartless, cruel, how could I be loved, how could I be cherised?

Guilty of so many wrongs, my heart murdered of innocence."

But yet you came to me.

You said.

I see all of you,

and yet I still and always will love you.


I choose to believe it.

I will forsake the lies I willingly believed.

My hope is in you, my trust is put in your unfailing love.

Yet again you will remind me

You see me.

And yet you love me. 

The End

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