silent soul


I Was A Fool... - Poem by silent soul

you humiliated me infront of evrybody
and then you asked me to love you more,
i was fool to obey what u told me to,
but i truly loved you more.
you never trusted my love! !
neither you ever trusted me! !
and again i was fool to prove it to you.
i kept on loving you like crazy
and what fool i became! !
i cried thousand nights for you
and you told me you dont care! !
not even once you wiped my tear
not even once you holded me near....
all i hear were your abuses and scoldings you gave.
i never understood what i did wrong,
i never understood why i had this fear
whenever you came along! !
once you loved me
and now you have changed! !
you told me u didn't, and said i don't deserved that love again.
it hurted me when you told me this,
then i ask you why you kept on clinging to me when i tried to move away?
i thought you loved me thats why you call me back..
what a fool i was..
never understood your way..
whenever you cried i would feel broken inside
and would immediately hold you tight! !
you told me you would become the same,
and i came back to you again..
and waited
and waited
nothing changed....the years went by...
you remain the same,
now you called me names
and told me how unfortuante i was for you.! !
i got myself away for you.

i pray for you, to be happy
but i request you not to call me again....


Comments about I Was A Fool... by silent soul

  • Mimzy Sue (10/7/2008 9:35:00 AM)

    realistic and nice, you potray exactly what you want to say. so simple yet so very beautiful.... keep up the good works. i say 10 (Report)Reply

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  • Anoynomous Poet (10/7/2008 8:18:00 AM)

    all comments are welcome...so plz do post ur comments..thnk u (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 7, 2008



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