Takiya Marcano


One Day Poem by Takiya Marcano


One day I'll see you again and pass you straight because I wouldn't care anymore
One day I hope you feel like how I felt but just a little more
One day I hope to see you on your knees begging for mercy from her
And I know it'll happen just a matter of time because it always has karma
And am laughing at myself ‘cause it's funny how the person you'll die for is the one that's killing you
And the person you'll take a bullet for is the one pulling the trigger
The more you beg for them is the more they run away
And the more they cheat on you is the more your still going to stay
And am laughing now but before I cry every night
Even though sometimes you were near me it felt like you're out of sight
You broke me and what's broken can't be fixed
If only I had knew everything you said was from a bag of tricks
Blinded by the idea of love my eyes were deceived now you have my heart and the question is how can it be retrieve?
So one day I hope I'll see you again and pass you straight because I wouldn't care anymore
One day I hope all my love for you would walk out the door.

Submitted: Friday, August 15, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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