Aisha Patterson

I will never fall in love again

Damn it! Love, you
Hurt me again.
This is the 4th time,
I have found my lover,
In bed with other guy.
Once again, I have to cry,
And tell a lover good bye

So many nights I cried.
I wish I had died.
This is my 14th time
I have tried.
Why must my relationships
Always end sad?
How many tears
Must fall from my eyes?
How many times must
We get a broken heart?
How long should,
I wait for this pain to depart?

Love if you are so
Nice, why I am sad?
Damn you! I am mad.
I hate you now,
I have a blackheart.
I don't want to restart.
Look at the tears in my eyes.
Even my heart cries.
I have been crying for years,
I have ran out of tears
It is to much pain,
I will never fall in love again.

(Dedicated to a friend with a broken heart Floyd Whitfield)

Submitted: Thursday, June 04, 2009
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  • Rookie Ronit Sircar (6/4/2009 10:38:00 PM)

    its awesum...potrayed the kind of truth in a wonderful way...
    nothing less than a 10 (Report) Reply

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