Liar; You Don’t Deserve Me - Poem by DOMINIC PREMPEH

You loved to relax beside me, naked
With your wasted buttocks flapping;
You kissed me several times
And I fondled that your sagging breast
But you told people you never loved me
Liar, you don’t deserve me.

I know the colour of your old two-stringed beads
And that of the new shinny ones;
I know that your favourite red boxer-panties
And I know the mark on your thigh
But you said I’ve never seen your nakedness
Liar; you don’t deserve me.

That vacation; you kissed me like crazy
And screamed like ahh
My insertions, you loved it, and wiped my sperm on you
You promised more if I stayed by you alone
Yet, you told people that you spite my body
Liar; you don’t deserve me

You swore I should keep this secret from your mates
But, when you saw they knew it,
And that you can’t have me
You said you didn’t like me; just fighting for her;
But you told him I was touching her breast
Shame; you don’t deserve me.

You told me to stay away from other girls
But, you were doing it outside
You said you would destroy me if I leave you
And that I was your last stop
Remember your foolish love text messages
Saying that you won’t share me with any one

You always hide behind my window to spy me
You would call me to ask who was in my room
And you would tell me stories about the others
Now you say you don’t know all these
Liar; you don’t deserve me.

This is just a poem
The real story will come
My mistake is that I told your friend our sex acts,
That is all, what again
But I did that because you were lying to her
And you changed whatever I say to negative

(Jan.2013, Ofoase)

Topic(s) of this poem: pain

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 4, 2015

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