Vastine Marie Tecala
Envy Heart - Poem by Vastine Marie Tecala
I love you so
Everything I’m willing to throw
My dued past
My present part
My dreamt future
Even my imagination.
I am willing to risk
My heart from pain that’s crisp.
I am too eager to wait
For you without any bait.
I know you’ll love me somehow
But not yet now.
Though I earned some information
That you’re still in a process of confusion
Between letting go the girl you dreamt
Or entertain another that was sent,
Still I could say same
That I love you, I’m insane.
It’s inevitable to become envious
To that lass that made you serious
Yet I am trying to hold on
And let my envy feeling lose color.
That how much I love you
See? My emotion is so true!
Sometimes I evaluate character
What's in that girl that made easier
For you to love her
And choose her to be your lover.
Am I not beautiful enough
For you to neglect my fond?
I know I became unreasonable
In my part, rationale is unattainable
Why cant I love myself first
And offer it some mirth
Before dreaming of submitting my love
To the person who doesn't love me back.
Maybe that’s the mystery of this emotion
Risking without any precaution
Waiting without any hope that awaits
Loving with a lot of maze to face.
Envy is always there
But I’ll always try to be fair
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