Affection - Poem by Sophia Scorza
Is this going to be another love song,
Stuffed with more words, less feelings?
Is this going to be another cheezy poem
filled with more oaths, less meanings?
Another spring, another beginning
don't know how long it is meant to last
Though I've been through this before
I've learned nothing from the past.
Does such thing as love exist?
grows quickly, fades even faster
nobody can control that sweet disease
for affection has no master.
Shall I play that stupig game again?
In the end, it is not more than pain
hurt, being hurt, suffer, make suffer
shed tears and cry in vain.
You get nothing for free in this world
every smile costs thou a tear
and for every hour of happiness
you'll have to pay with an hour of fear.
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