Reginald Francois

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Broken Hearted - Poem by Reginald Francois

I thought you were the one

To brighten my day and bring me fun

But oh was I wrong

And for this I sing my sad song

I don’t know what to do

To show you I am true

For all I gave, rejection I got

Leaves me with a dirty taste and a distorted thought

While I saw a summers breeze

Reality took it away like a sneeze

Like a ton of bricks, fall on my toe

Reality has become my foe

And I must accept what is true

That you and I is shall always be two

And never be one

For the future has changed its already done

But the thought was great

Like a sensual meal on a golden plate

But do not worry for my heart is still warm

Shall not grow cold for I am as bright as the sun

My pain is mine to bear

That don’t mean u cannot hear

And for that I swear

To be me and care

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 12, 2011

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