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Poem for People Who Can’t Admit Their Feelings

Updated on April 15, 2017
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Most people are shy to admit their feelings

There are people who can’t even make simple greetings

Contented with the sight of the one they love

Praying that they will receive help from above


Happy to see that one smile

Wanting to approach when you saw her cry

Not being able to help crushes you deep within

Afraid to leave a message because it might be just seen


Want to give it a shot but don’t have the courage

Been stalking her beauty ever since college

Want to ask her for her number

She’s always in your mind even in slumber


Get jealous to everybody near her

Want to be her friend but you don’t want to bother

Daydreaming that you will be noticed

You will be happy even with just her glimpse


Planned every move maybe give her a letter

Clean intentions and never want to hurt her

Afraid that you will get rejected

But she is everything you wanted


Want to impress her so you’d show off

Want to be known as strong and tough

Planned to give gifts but don’t even have a single penny

Think of lot of things to make her happy


A girl won’t expect a lot of things from you

She just wants a love that’s true

Attention is what she seeks

Memories are what she keeps


But you don’t have the courage

You are hoping for a help of a mage

Tell her what you feel or else she’ll go

Don’t man up and she’ll never know


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      Arjay 4 months ago from Philippines

      I've noticed that this is one of the problems of people today. I am also its victim so I have some inspirations to make the poem. I'm glad you appreciated my poem. :)

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      Jamie Lee Hamann 4 months ago from Reno NV

      Your poetry hits close to my heart. You described the narrators struggles with passion and it helped to start a conversation of how to start working out these problems. Thank you. Jamie