love poems


Deceived


You'r everything worth living for somtimes,
you'r smile, you'r warmth,
you'r everything worth breathing for,
your company, your presence,
I enjoy life around you,
I smile, I laugh,
I open my eyes and see things brightly,
as so i thought,
im not sure exactly what love is but,
I was pretty sure this was it,
but you say you dont love me,
you say you'r broken,
maby im to naive to see
you'r playing me,
you'r using me
you'r hurting me without me even realizing it,
and now you realize what you did,
you took it too far,
im in too deep,
now its going to hard for both of us,
because I love you,
and there's nothing anyone else can do about it,
except you.
and I'm too stupid not to realize it,
I should have seen it coming,
I knew you were too good to be true in the beginning,
if its too good to be true then its probly not real,
and its not,
it never was,
you played me like the strings of your guitar,
which you care about more than me.
you used me like a toy
I was only there for your entertainment,
you enjoyment, your game.
thats not how its supposed to be.
it wasn't meant to be.
you were a mistake,
but why dont i regret it?
I dont.
but its over.

Submitted: Friday, February 19, 2010
Edited: Thursday, May 06, 2010

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