Cyrus Diaz

Rookie - 0 Points (November 23,1989 / Lampanusan Kalilangan Bukidnon)

I own her, No more

I own her no more
for she wasn't my own
so why should I give
a damn to mourn?
she was not my property
her decision I should
counterpart with obey
whatever she wished to do
I should allow her to do so
she was my night
she was my day
with her, never
I have been dismay,
she was my moon,
the goddess whom
I adored,
she was my star,
Whom I wish
will never be afar.
I love her not
because of her
dead toe nails,
I love her,
simply because
she was my damsel.
Now that she's gone
do I have to do
something to win
her back or none?

Submitted: Friday, May 13, 2011
Edited: Friday, August 05, 2011

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  • Rookie - 276 Points Naida Nepascua Supnet (5/13/2011 10:26:00 PM)

    i like your poem
    i feel the pain and the hurt
    i laugh at her dead toenails
    i understood how you loved her entirely
    this poem giveS readers something to feel about, go through about, laugh about
    NICE. (Report) Reply

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