Teen relationship poems
- by Magnus Zak 59He holds his hand over his cards
Just in case you can see through them.
He makes bets so high and wild
That he must have the better hand
You do not know the game,
But you cannot mistake the player
The kind who says he's about to touch the stars
When he's in a moment of surrender.
A guy like that can never amount to much,
He can only spit out useless words.
So you decide he cannot have a hand;
He's too lost in all the rules of Poker.
Now you're armed to the teeth with knowledge
of this person you don't really know.
So, though you know not what you do,
You check your heart and call his bluff and raise.
But though the stakes have climbed higher
And the risks have grown greater
You can't help but feel safer
Knowing that even if you lose the hand you'll win the pot.
His one hand clutches the other
They both have been through so much,
Just to be where they are now,
But only one has blood or veins.
Now it's time to show your cards,
To show who you both really were,
But as he lays down his aces
You realize he wasn't what you imagined.
You know now you should have listened,
You should have known what he was after,
But your friends' voices were so loud
You could not hear what they were saying.
Now there is nothing left to do
But to wait for yet another hand,
And this time do somewhat better,
It's his turn to be a little blind.
- by Daphney 58Countless nights I stay and pray
And hope that God brings a better day
one with less tears
where I can love with fewer fears
the wrong boys play with my mind
the good men are hard to find
I've been searching my whole life for that special chance
the perfect time the perfect guy the one perfect romance
the person I can trust with my life
the person that will call me "wife"
but until then I'll just stay and pray
with the hope that God will bring a better day.