Category : Poems
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Somehow I always knew
That what we had was never destined to be,
But in her cold kisses I played the fool
Neglecting the obvious walls of reality,
And in this stupidity she broke through a secure heart
Leaving me in pieces with ease,
Until this day I remain in those parts
Which she established ignoring my every plead.
She conveyed in me her life story
A novel she fails to reminisce herself,
She told me that she loved me
Being teenagers at the time we barely loved ourselves,
Yet I played her game
And told her that I loved her,
Simply becoming a statistic to her fame
Just another one of her lovers.
I always knew I had a story that she wasn’t apart
Somehow I always knew we was never supposed to be,
So when she laid with that man, her acts did in fact break my heart
But it was more of the fact that it damaged my pride and self-esteem.