Daniel Cameron


Trust


Trust.
What is Trust?
These days, Trust is non-existant.
Ironically, everyone wants or needs Trust.
However,
Trust ends lives.
Trust destroys relationships.
Trust breaks hearts.
And Trust is never there when you need it most.
Very few people have Trust.
Even fewer give you reason to Trust.
I've had Trust.
I've lost Trust.
What is Trust?
Trust is for fools.

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: Trust

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Wrote this Poem to express my feelings towards trust after being screwed over by the person I loved.

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