Disillusioned - Poem by Siana Casram
Your subtle smile, your eager eyes
Taught me to adore,
But I saw through them in the end
Down to your wretched core.
I don’t despise your sick disguise
But wish than it were real
And that you hollow, heartless shell
Permitted you to feel
The same for me as I for you
Once held beneath my skin.
The fire that raged so strong,
Devoured so long within
Was smothered when I realised
I loved a ghost;
Nothing tangible nor true.
I cannot love a demon’s host,
I cannot be in love with you.
Now don’t pretend to be my friend,
You know I wanted more,
But I saw through you in the end,
I do not love you anymore.
Your subtle smile, your eager eyes.
My hearts demise.
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