angel dzidula komla gbedemah
I Regret - Poem by angel dzidula komla gbedemah
I saw the reflection of comfort, the desire to be treasured and the feeling to have fulfillment.
Radiating from me was a pride to care for someone and the thought of being appreciated.
These are all fantasies in a world of fallacy, where this feeling is always a mere imagination and never real. I sacrificed to please; I presented my heart to show my readiness to keep her worthy always.
I entered the race with much competition; I was assured of being a victor out of the lot. A heart was presented to me as a trophy but didn’t last for long since it belonged not to me as she professed. I travelled miles, climbed the highest mountain, swum the deepest ocean just to prove my anticipation to initiate a realistic affinity.
She is blinded with fear and still living in her past. She associates me, to the sour treatment by predators of the beautiful nature of immense sincere emotions being emitted in sequence. She lacks in her thoughts that, her attitude is driving me away. Hope, I may lose and endeavor to rove in a solitary valley in search of a stream flowing honey with milk. My heart bleeds, unfair I believe I am treated since I pay the price of a sin I committed not, to the lady of the night.
Good people always receive the punishment of the bad. The good with double thoughts learn from their experiences and also turn bad to the next they shall meet. The world of love revolves around challenges, pain and enigma.
WRITTEN BY: ANGEL DZIDULA-KOMLA
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