Ralph Acosta

Rookie (November 27th 1988 / Bronx, Ny)

Does She Really Mean It Poem by Ralph Acosta


She says she cares.
She says he wont hurt me.
But yet she hurt me before.
She says she'll treat me like her prince or king.

But is all that true?

Because according to me that's what she said last time.
An what happen she tore my heart out an crushed it beyond replace.
But Yet.

I love the way she holds me in her arms.
I love the way she looks at me
I love the way she talks to me.
She speaks about so many sweet things that it makes me feel like she cares.

But why me?

What's so great about me?

I wasn't good enough before?

Why would she tell me that?

Am i what she wants?

The one she truly wants to be with?

I don't wanna get hurt again...
I don't wanna hear a bunch of lies again...
I don't want the past to happen again...
I don't wanna think of the love in my heart being crushed again...


So why am I still thinking of her?

Submitted: Saturday, May 10, 2008

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Viola Grey (5/10/2008 11:39:00 PM)

    I think some people just get into our heads...but at least they give us something to write about aye. (Report) Reply

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