Phoenix1 Smith

Insensitive - Poem by Phoenix1 Smith

I don't care if you hurt or suffer
I'll do things that bloats my ego
being the best, no other contender
adulation to me is like libido..

come all ye! see almighty me..
praises to me sure is necessity
I sure can swim the raging sea
can kill a beast with mere fury

all I know my charm is at best
I care not if you endure tempest
I will do what I do, just bear it
suffer you will, you're just illicit

cry if you wish dull-witted woman
tell me, isn't this what you want?
spare me the drama, I'm a man!
I don't need you, go and scram!

having you, I will never be proud
will never want to let others know
be quiet, I'll set you aside for now
lovely ladies waiting for me in tow

just watch me woo other women...
this is what makes me inspired..
I care not if your heart is broken
by the very man you've aspired

be contented with what i can give
oh so naive! why can't you perceive?
you've got to stop being inquisitive
and why do you call me insensitive?

Topic(s) of this poem: love and pain

Comments about Insensitive by Phoenix1 Smith

  • Seamus O' Brian (12/6/2016 10:10:00 AM)

    My dear poet, you have fired a whole quiver of deadly arrows at this target of unmanly manliness. I hope you have had not too much close up inspiration for the (righteous) venom that seeps from each condemning line of this work. If this indeed springs from personal experience, I pray thee fire your arrows and then retire to a more honorable circumstance.

    Powerfully written, good poet. Bravo.
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    Seamus O' Brian Seamus O' Brian (12/7/2016 11:40:00 AM)

    Then, my dear poet, I am even more impressed with your imagination.

    Phoenix1 Smith Phoenix1 Smith (12/6/2016 10:40:00 AM)

    Dear Mr. Beightol sir, this work is purely just part of my uncontrollable is nothing personal.. It is indeed though flattering to know that I have made a reader imagine that this work is a reality.... Thank you very much sir.. I am humbled...

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Poem Edited: Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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