RaShawn Ince

Rookie (January 7th,1994 / Harlem, New York)

Heart Of Cold - Poem by RaShawn Ince

A forgotten memory is like losing the one thing that made you happy
But it’s better than holding on to it knowing that it will never happen again.
Every night I dream a dream of what I thought was meant to be
But disappointment speaks louder than love when those things come to an end.
So It’s easier to just forget it when there’s a split upon the road
The only way to deal with it is with a heart of cold.
I think the thoughts of what once was and why it went away.
I think of what I did to you and how this came to be
I think of how I changed you and formed your heart of clay
And how I shouldn’t have because you were perfect to me.
The mistakes I made are nothing compared to the love within my soul.
But the only way to deal with this is with a heart of cold.
I remember all the happy times and the smile that’s on your face.
I remember making you laugh and the love you had for me.
I remember the way you walked and talked to me so full of grace
You’re an angel in the very sight; it took too long for me to see
That when it comes to you my pride is shot and my strength not so bold
When it comes to you I can’t transform my heart to a heart of cold.
So hope is kept and faith is seen as the darkness turns to light
And even though we are not together you’ll always be my star
Your smile that brightens any day and lightens any night
The thought of you that’s in my mind whenever you’re so far
The truth is all I want is love whenever there’s a fight
You mean everything to me and I love you with all my soul
When it comes to you there is no such thing as me and a heart of cold

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 6, 2010

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