Okay, I'm working on this story where this guy and girl meet (very original) and they become friends. The guy publishes a book of poems about the girl. You'll figure out the rest through the poems. Some rhyme, some don't. Others are free verse and others aren't. There are long ones, and there are short ones. You catch my drift? Anyway here's some of his poetry. They might be out of order because I don't have the whole story figured out but feel free to try and piece it together. I'll add more as I go. note: the ramblings of a man The Red Notebook It was an ordinary, The Red Notebook that sat on my shelf Still, you picked it up anyway and and opened the cover You read The Red Notebook and even dog eared some pages There was no emotion on your face and you didn't make fun of it either How was I to tell if you liked it? The Red Notebook was closed and put back on the shelf You walked passed my but not before you said “Your poetry sucks, do me a favor and spare that” and you pointed to The Red Notebook The nerve you had Saying it straight to my face Yet all I could do was stare straight ahead at The Red Notebook Regret The only regret that I have to this day Was not having the courage to walk up and say How much I love you and hope you'd stay But now you've gone and with it My hope thrown away. [DOUBLEPOST=1398008048][/DOUBLEPOST]If You Weren't There You The love of my life Swept me away with the wings of an angel You turned my peaceful life upside down And my tranquil oasis into a roaring turmoil If you were never in my life what would it be? Would I still be content with my life all alone? Not caring what went on outside Ignoring every call because it wasn't important If I had never met you would I feel this pain? A stabbing, aching wound in my heart The whole were you are supposed to be If I had never met you would my simple mind now true happiness? The sound of your laughter as you flew through the room Where we were the first time I held you as you slept in my arms What would I call call a life without you.