Miles WellingtonDeAnda

Just A Fool - Poem by Miles WellingtonDeAnda

I slam my fist into the walls
Pounding and pounding again and again
How could I have been so stupid?
How could I be so blind?
I wanna be mad at you
I wanna say its your fault
That you lied to me selfishly
But the blame is mine that's the reality
Why do I have to act so impulsively?
Why do I act so self destructively?
Why do I lie to me?
I convince myself of falsities
When I looked into your eyes
I wanted to believe so bad
That you loved me back
That it would work
And now I see
I acted like a fool
And now I'm that, just a fool
Left stranded on his own
With no blame to give except for mine and mine alone

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 9, 2010

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