Small town, Illinois
"Structure refers to several poetic elements. The line is one of the basic building blocks of poems. How you organize your lines, how your strophes look (if they're stanzaic or 'freeform'), all of this goes to structure. In addition, how your poem proceeds from its beginning to its end--its twists, turns and tangents--also has to do with structure."
That's what structure is basically. Just sorta the story line and how you tell your poem (or story) I like your choice of words in this. But like everyone else said structure is off. Keep trying!!
When I see your smile, and I know itís not for me, thatís when Iíll miss you.