A Love That Should've Never Been Touched
Author: The Lost Girl
What we had, we lost
It's all because of you,
And now pain is the cost,
of thinking this love was true.
I gave up all of me,
I surrendered my ever fear,
I only saw what you wanted me to see,
Yet you cause my every tear.
You played with my heart,
Something that's always been so feeble
And now this is the start,
Of the reckoning for a million people.
I hate myself for falling so hard,
I hate myself for caring so much,
My heart is nothing but broken shards,
Of a love that should've never been touched.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Leela (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, January 23 2006, 05:38 am|
Your last poem seemed like you had found something so good, something that made you happy, but this one shows that you lost whatever that was. I'm sorry for your loss and I hope that you can find that happiness again through something else. And remember, if this is over a guy- it's not worth it. Take care.
|anonymous (18.104.22.168) -- Tuesday, January 24 2006, 09:01 am|
good job. this poem is really good.
|Mike (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, January 24 2006, 09:47 am|
Lost, in my opinion there's someone out there for everyone.. It's just a matter of time before you find the right person. Til then, you're bound to make mistakes (though I hope these are few and far between). Good luck with that :)
|anonymous (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, January 24 2006, 10:53 am|
you are so talented!! i have felt like in the poem.i wish some stuff never happened but it did.and the pain and the shame stays with you for a long time but you learn to deal with them.it does get better.
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