Jasper Abcede

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Remorse


Pain,
It was when you broke me.
Fear
Was a curse you gave me.
Grief
Cuts a wound so deep.
Regret
The saddest thing I kept.
Despair
It is a life without you.
Disgust
Towards myself I felt too
Shame
So much in me, it claimed.
Sorrow
It tears me up it seems.
Trust
I almost lost it all.
Desire
Keeps warming up my soul.
Hope
Gives me will to carry on.
Love
Starts a new life with a song!
Joy
Mend my heart to beat a chant.
Relief
I forgive what you have done.
Hatred
Towards yourself you feel annoyed
Contempt
Your love I always now avoid.
Envy
She has my love and all my kisses
Guilt
It makes you empty worthless b; tch.

Submitted: Friday, March 06, 2015

Topic of this poem: love and pain


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This poem is for those b; tches out there breaking hearts

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