Ranock Saing

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

Foolish Game - Poem by Ranock Saing

after all these years
of worthless breathes and salty tears
finally I see the shadow
it's telling me to go
I see the unreachable light
forever I'll be out of your sight
wiping my red eyes
and leaving behind the things that made me cry
my love, i must also leave behind
plus those who are messed up in their minds
with no leaders nor followers
forgetting everything that was onced embraced together
washing the pain away
because I'm leaving you today
came alone
must walk myself into the hot zone
I'm walking and walking
you can still keep talking
for all I care
give me those dirty jealous stares
never will you find someone like me
the person that once loved thee
soOn you'll be leaving my heart
once we're far apart
can never say those words again
we've come to an end
for you, I never loved enough to cry
it's just another of those stupid sighs
in this foolish game
everyone that was there was to blame
me and you
just something to laugh at between us two
then there are people who think they know the truth
but we're just youth
we make dumb mistakes
back we cant take
in the end, smile
live it as if it was worthwhile

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 15, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 12, 2011

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