Gabrielle L. Tastet
First Love's Heartbreak - Poem by Gabrielle L. Tastet
I never thought you could mean this much to me
Enough to rip me apart inside out
You just forget the things you said. I said.
I meant them.
The gaze of lust you had, I misconstrued for love.
“Forgive me? ” You say.
Don’t be sorry, your feelings are involuntary as are mine.
For so long I thought there was a chance.
Then with my admittance, the possibility died.
Still alive in my heart,
Set fire to the rest of my body.
I shot up in flames.
I died that day.
Then you send me a message, “Let’s hang out.”
I say yes, but it was only as friends.
My charred heart can take no more.
James saved me with friendship.
He loves me.
Why don’t you?
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