Ranock Saing

Rookie - 0 Points (06-06-1989 / Phnom Penh, Cambodia)

Deleted - Poem by Ranock Saing

I’ve deleted you from my mind
If you look now, there’s nothing left to find
You don’t have to come to me
Pretending to feel sorry
Because in front of me you have her
These eyes has seen the love you embrace together
For a moment, I thought I was apart of you
But then it turned out to be something new
In your mind and heart
I am invisible, always have from the start
Yes, are you happy now to see what you’ve done?
The pain given to one innocent person
When I first saw you, I knew my love was real
Except now I can’t seem to understand the misery that I feel
You’re familiar but I don’t remember you anymore
Everything has changed; nothing is the same as before
The person passing by was profoundly hurt inside
Now you won’t see me cry
It seems to me like you’re a friend but you’re a stranger
Then why is this stranger giving me so much anger
Why are you looking at me with an expression of guilt?
Did you happen to destroy something that I once built?
I find your answers so unclear
Please, do whatever you have to do and get out of here
Seriously, I don’t recall
Knowing you from anywhere at all
Memories that once existed are now gone
Just leave because I’ve moved on
The past is just the past
My mind has been deleted; soon you’ll be out of my head at last

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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