Treasure Island

Oluseyi Oluseun

(Nigeria)

Broken Words


It was over in a twinkle of an eye
My blood pressure rose very high
I didn't know whether to smile or cry
My rainy moment have suddenly become dry

I felt the forlorn agony in your voice
Our relationship was filled with decoy
I treated you like a pack of toys
You were left with no other choice

You tried all you could to make it work
Every of your effort I gave a knock
I never gave you the opportunity to talk
I treated you like a dork

I really very much miss our conversation
Will there ever be a reunion?
Are we going to very encounter unification?
Questions that requires no opinion
A bond that has had it conclusions

My eyes were red as crimson
The breakup came at the wrong the season
I kept you in the no care, no love prison
You were never happy, I was the reason

Submitted: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, September 12, 2012

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