Hannah Davies

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Jealous Betrayal - Poem by Hannah Davies

I thought we were friends
Someone I could trust on and depend
But now I feel used
And somewhat bemused.

I told you personal things
About my past and what I hope the future brings
You betrayed my trust
Crumpled our friendship into dust.

You became green with jealousy
Because somebody else wanted to be friends with me
It's like you always want control
By pushing people into a hole.

The line of commjunication has been broke
And your paranoia is more than a joke
But you don't seem to be able to see
That the problem isn't really me.

You have lately become unhappy in yourself
And the stress is starting to effect your health
I have witnessed you pushing friends and loved ones away
But trust me, you might need them one day.

I am here if you need to talk
But there's only so much I will put up with before I walk
I don't like to see you sad
But that doesn't excuse for your behaviour to be bad.

Other peopel warned me about you
But I wanted to see your goodness come through
Looks like they were right
And I was blinded by the light.

I don't think it matters what I do
I did nothing wrong but still apologised to you
I had nothing in return
Another lesson for me to learn.

I may have got you all wrong
I should have listened to the others all along
With myself I'm upset
Just how naive can I get?

I don't want to part on bad terms
But there clearly are some concerns
The respect for you that I once had
Has completely gone and that is sad.


Comments about Jealous Betrayal by Hannah Davies

  • Romeo Della Valle (12/20/2009 11:06:00 AM)


    Hannah, this is an excellent piece, well penned, you got my vote,10+++, we all go through this experience in different ways, please, if you have time, read my poems titled 'A LOVE'S GAME', 'IN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS' AND 'A LOVE'S DESIRE' and you will see what I am talking about...Keep it up... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009



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