Treasure Island

Ala' Elouri

(December 30,1996 / San Clemente, California)

Hello


Hello.
Never did I think you would be a foe
Never did I imagine a 'Hi'
Can build a relationship
And 'goodbye' could just end a worthful relationship
Never did I think you would go
Break the promises
And leave
Never did it cross my mind
That you would grant me so much pain>
Even though I granted you a red rose
You granted me wounds from a throne
How could you?
Tell me how easy was it for you?
To watch me go
Like a volcano waiting to explode
Tell me
How was it easy for you
To watch the rain in those clouds fall?
How did you find it easy to watch someone
Feel hatered toward you slowly
You know something
A broken heart is the worst
Its just like having broken ribs.
It hurts everytime you breathe
And its difficult to be revealed.
You broke a precious piece of me
Poor I
Thought you were different
But tonight, yes tonight
It will be the last time to cry.

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013
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