sandy nobody

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Beware Of The Player - Poem by sandy nobody

beware of the player
he will break your heart
take all your feelings
rip you apart

he comes to you
pretends he cares
he talks so sweetly
so please beware

he will do anything
to get his fix
truth and lies
to him really mix

he has no conscious
your hearts a game
when hes through with you
you will never be the same

he will keep your heart
tied to his chain
he wont let go ever
your tears will flow like rain

if you complain to him
that he treats you badly
he will say it's your fault
im telling you sadly

SO PLEASE

beware of the player
he will break your heart
take all your feelings
rip you apart


Comments about Beware Of The Player by sandy nobody

  • (12/29/2006 9:56:00 AM)


    Player, sounds like the one that just ripped by life apart. Yes, a poetry writer at that. This was a good write. It was written with feelings of hurt and madness of what one person can do to another. We live in a world, yes we do, where people are selfish, cold, and just outright vicious. They are the takers and never givers and will suck you dry. I am sorry that this happened to you, and yes, I would like to know who he is-yes! I hope he isn't the same loser I ended up with.

    Take care....and guard your heart....
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 21, 2006

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 24, 2007


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