Emotional Fool - Poem by Sherin Johnson
When beautiful face draws attraction,
The heart enjoys unwanted attention,
But when face is not beautiful,
The heart remains an emotional fool.
Alone it stands in crowd,
Smiles wearing a shroud,
Finds solace in solitude,
Carries downbound attitude.
When it gets little perceived,
Fool gets easily deceived,
It seeks what is drawn,
And ends up being a pawn.
It enjoys the long attention,
Though that’s just a pretension,
The other one plays it smart,
Keeps the fool hooked intact.
The fool waits eagerly,
Chasing time impatiently,
To just have a glance,
Of the pusher in trance.
The other is least daunted,
The fool waits to be wanted,
The other plays and goes away,
Quoting the fool to be merry and gay…
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