Rhimouna de blessed


This love


I am loved by many
Yet am still trapped
Within de boundaries of this love

Love that means a lot
Yet still leave epmty promises

It is this love of joy, peace and exciment
That through each 2nd
Rulled by fear and sadness

Anger fills its vaccum
And acceptance of regret rules it,
The shattered heart within

This love
Sold to one who loves and breaks it
Who seems to care at his own set
Messes up something so beautiful!
Something so rare!

I am loved by many
Yet still trapped
Within the boundaries of this love
The fences of this love
The bars of this love

This love is labelled for granted
Exploiated when wanted to,
Broken when desired

This love that shatters in vein

So sad, so confused, so trapped
The heart that seems to be loved by many,
But because of this love

This love that wears down one into what was once so beautiful-
is destroyed

Submitted: Friday, August 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: love hurts


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