Starfish Starfish

Rookie - 68 Points (Cape Town)

A Fickle Heart - Poem by Starfish Starfish

Move on as fast as you can
He doesn’t love you, he doesn’t need you
He is a man with a fickle heart
He will never know how much he’s hurt you
Stubborn silence destroys your mind
He has taken from you a trust never deserved

Don’t lash out, don’t fall down
He does not deserve you, he has a fickle heart

Finding your safe place
Is going to be tough, he’s replaced you
He is a man with a fickle heart
Always looking for someone better
Feigned innocence in what he has done
Love like a thorn ripped from your heart

Don’t lash out, don’t fall down
He does not deserve you, he has a fickle heart

Peace is all you dream off
Something which he decided to shatter
He is a man with a fickle heart
Pray for the hands of time to heal the pain
Too proud for an apology
He has turned your world upside down

Don’t lash out, don’t fall down
He does not deserve you, he has a fickle heart

Move on heartache lesson learned
He will do it again to another innocent better one
Because he is a man with a fickle heart
Don’t wait for his apology or reason
Vanity his only quest
Set yourself free from this burden

Don’t lash out, don’t fall down
He does not deserve you, he has a fickle heart


Comments about A Fickle Heart by Starfish Starfish

  • Sylva Portoian (11/17/2011 12:33:00 AM)


    Finny,
    You can be adviser
    Beside being poet
    Young and elegant words
    Never can decay...

    Sylva-MD-Poetry
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  • Pranab K Chakraborty (5/3/2010 6:04:00 AM)


    Don’t lash out, don’t fall down
    He does not deserve you, he has a fickle heart

    Why do you care so much! Let him move on the whole globe, you are a refined soul if he comes again give him a bit more but without any expectation of getting return.
    Making of the poem is good. Repetition of the quoted lines are acting as the slogans of the deceived age and youth.

    Thank you, write more

    Apoet Bangla.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 3, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, May 3, 2010


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