Hannah Ramirez

Charmspeaker Poem by Hannah Ramirez

All of us has our own gift also known as talents
It can make us stand-out and we can use it as our best asset.
Yet some of us just ignore and don't use it properly,
And sometimes, it makes others see our characters filthily.

I know a guy, who knows how to charmspeak,
Based on my own experience, he made me believe on something in just a click.
And it's often when others ask him some questions,
He'll just twist the story and give them false information.

We used to be close, and proclaim ourselves as siblings,
I never thought it's just another game on his charmspeaking.
He also said that everytime he look at me, there's something special he always see,
That's why I never knew that the joke is already on me.

He's devoted in playing the ruthless game called love,
Making girls fall for him then suddenly cry realizing what they've got.
Now it's the time to show you how jokers play a game,
And I'll surely inform you, how players should feel ashamed.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts

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I actually experienced this one so, I thought that it will be okay if I wrote a poem about it. Comments please!

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  • Gold Star - 15,246 Points John Westlake (5/2/2014 4:56:00 PM)

    It is very ok for you to write about it especially when it is written this well. There are players among both genders and I have met them and they are hard to identify. Yes all players should be ashamed, but many will end up knowing how it is to be played. Stay strong. (Report) Reply

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