GIL SHAHINE


girls world


The girl's world



At first she asks you for a date
If you say no for any important reason
She became an evil
If you agreed
You become a lamb between wolves
So you ask her when
Her answer will be the following:
Tonight I have plans
Tomorrow I can not
We will talk
For sure we will do something this week
Day's passes
Weeks, months
Nothing happened
Except promises
This is their common language
Unusefull words
Lying and dishonest
Incomprehensible tongue
Two or million faces
And still we believe them
And we keep hoping
We go to the end of their games
And nothing realize
Forgetness is their weapon
Invent of illusion is their adjective
Deceitful is their proudness! ! !

This is the girl's world


GGC 12-10-2009

Submitted: Saturday, August 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship


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