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Ralph Acosta

Rookie (November 27th 1988 / Bronx, Ny)

Break Up Poem

Tears fall down like falling rain,
never to stop like a world filled with pain,
I feel like I’ve lost my soul,
You took it with you when you played me,
No matter how much I try,
I can’t stop the memories that replay in my head.

My soul has fallen apart because of your actions,
My heart has stopped beating as if i have left this game you call life,
Everything I know and love is slipping away,
I can’t cry no matter how much I try,
I’m done my heart has become ice cold,
But it doesn’t seam like that really matters nomore.

I knew I shouldn’t have gotten close,
I heard all the rumors about you before,
How you played him and him over and over again,
What is done can’t be undone,
It hurts even now to think of you.

I trusted you when you said that you loved me,
I trusted you when you said that you would never hurt me,
Period i trusted you with my heart and soul,
And Now i see that all those things i heard,
Really are true an that i don't know the real you.

I just wish i could have knew,
I mean at least the real you,
You did me wrong and ill never forget,
You wake up every morning and lie to my face,
But you know what my heart is gone so feel at ease,
Because from this day forward ima do me...

Submitted: Saturday, May 17, 2008

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