Samantha Williams

Rookie (01/03/88 / Chillicothe)

Daisy - Poem by Samantha Williams

Seemingly flawless, and seemingly true.
Hiding her feelings of love and betrayal.
So torn yet so happy to be where she was,
The love that had fled her was here once again.

Her love for the First one prevails the whole world.
Her love for the Second still kindles a flame.
Their love can't suffice all the anger and pain.
Too different their lives are to last all the way.

Her Second love acts, like a jerk to her now,
The First one still cherishing her love and sweet breath.
She cheats on the Second and cares not a bit.
Though Second's love life was secluded by none.

They both shared in sin with another they loved.
Yet they both still had love for each other as one.
They don't see what's become of the history that's passed.
She did love him before, but what happened 'twas passed.

It's hard don't you see, to confront your own fear.
The fear of a fight or an argument there.
She'd run without looking, and fall on her knees.
Another same argument or fight would arise.

The First one still waiting and clinging to hope,
That she'd leave the mean Second and run to his heart.
Though time was now fleeting and hope was too far,
And death paid a visit to her only true love.

Now it's over and finished, she's nothing to do.
She acts like it's nothing, still hiding her fears.
She ruined a man's laughter, destroyed a good life.
Yet it phased her like nothing it appeared to the rest.

She faithfully stayed with her Second cruel love,
They went off in the distance,
She's careless, he's right.


Comments about Daisy by Samantha Williams

  • (4/10/2006 8:39:00 PM)


    Simply brilliant. I can relate this to myself. I love poems that I can link to my life.
    This is fantastic.
    Thank you.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 10, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, July 12, 2010


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