Rachel Fogle

Rookie (July 26,1977 / Baltimore, MD)

Foolish One - Poem by Rachel Fogle

Laughter broke my heart for you to once again brake,
Trusting your every judgment, no matter the risk I must take.

Facing the day after, was almost impossible to do.
I could have just died knowing,
I was betrayed and so hurt by you.

Foolish One,
I tell myself, no time for those sad sad stories,
You brought this heartache on yourself.
You knew his past before, but your heart lead you away,
Foolish One you have only yourself to blame.

Locked away are now my secrets of all the love I once shared for you.
No longer will I give others the weapon I so easily gave you.

Again I cannot place all the blame on you,
For I was the fool who only allowed what you were able to do.

I will let this be my lesson,
It this heartache I must shed,
And try not to count the pieces that are all I have left.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005



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