Treasure Island

Stefanie Fontker


Apathy


Love unheard of
A cry ignored
Oh, beautiful
Show me sympathy
Praise me
With only a kiss
My confession
Remains clean
Such a forgiving-
Heart, you possess
I will no longer
Stay to bore you
With my precious
Pick up lines
Shall I sit here
With you, beautiful?
For my love is
Forever unrequited
You tell tales
Of another- Oh!
How I long to
Chase the skirt
Of another woman
Perhaps more
Pleasing than you
A sin to think it
Such hope is a lie
My heart will
Live- hollow
As my soul lays bare
Teach me! I plead
The secrets of apathy

Submitted: Tuesday, July 20, 2010
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  • Tori Bachue (8/31/2011 3:49:00 PM)

    This is really good... I'm glad that you have so many poems,217 pieces of breathtaking material, if you ask me! Please, for our sake, never ever stop writing ;) (Report) Reply

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