Ibrar Siddiqi

Rookie - 0 Points (28.02.1970 / United Kingdom)

I Thought You Were Different - Poem by Ibrar Siddiqi

I looked at you.
And found deep solace in your soul.
Though about you as friend.
Fate pushed us together.
But I thought you were different.
What could have been,
would seem like never.
The lies, the games and the times wasted.
Single, lonely and broken heated, I would rather be.
I felt something towards you.
Thinking we had the same.
I was being a pawn, part of your evil game.

Laid flat.
Your emotional shoes wiping all over my face.
Your smile made my heart race.
Now you make me feel like rubbish.
I will never forget your deceit.
If only love was like a credit card.
If unwanted, you return,
no questions asked with your receipt.

The gift of love, I had wanted to give
Gave me a reason to live.
Looked forward to days with you.
Smile, kiss and passion.
Like many of my dreams shot down in flames.
By the Red Baron of love.
I have no parachute to save me.
Your hurt, burning me like oil fuelled flames.
Hitting terra-firma hurt me hard.
Now, you cannot hurt me no more.

Cupid, I ask you.
You should have worn your glasses.
For your aim was so untrue
Goodbye you have made this man so blue.
Farewell, Adieu.
Goodbye Mata Hari.of love, goodbye.

I Siddiqi 13.05.09

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 13, 2009

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