Destiny Cutie


Trying


I can easily fool all
Even you
I can say I’ll let you fall
But I know it isn’t true

I use this poem to bring out the truth
And how much I want to believe, I hate you
But I need these feelings to poof
I don’t want to love you

It hurts me
When you talk about another
This is why I tried to
Only love you as a brother

Thinking mistake after mistake
You made
Was a reason to just hate?
But I always forgave

Do you not see the hurt
In my eyes
No, just continue to flirt
Better if my love just dies

I smile when I see
But also fill with agony
When you’re in pain
For someone who doesn’t feel the same

Reading, listening to music, texting
Thinking it will make it easy
But it just gets me wishing
And hoping, why is it all so measly?

Having questions
That few can answer
Or are they just suggestions
Is my future any brighter?

What we had was like magic
Blind but real
Now it’s tragic
How nothing is what I’m trying to feel

That’s it, I’m done
Or so I say
I hope a ton
I can survive the day

Submitted: Thursday, March 28, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 29, 2013

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