Geramie White

Love Hurts As Much As This Flow

I know how it feels when you had your heart broke,
Feels like your heart has crept onto your throat,
Your significant other has been messing with another,
You caught them in the bed and they start to studder,
Kicked them to the curve and now you're on the floor,
Tears in your eyes are starting to pour,
Finding all your pictures and ripping them to shreds,
Heartbreak and pressure has got you hooked on 'meds',
Questioning love, asking are you wordplay?
Love is forever is what they all say,
And now that you're pissed and you want that person to hurt,
Like stuffing they're faces with a mouthful of dirt,
The next time you see them what you gonna do?
To that person that made you feel like such a fool,
Your body is sore and your heart is bled out,
You're pissed that they messed around with no doubt,
You're blood starts to boil and emotions run deep,
Haunting your mind even when you sleep,
Thoughts of revenge starts to swallow you in,
This is the part where the music starts to end,
As the beats in your head are starting to fade,
That evil conscience is starting to persuade,
Giving you nothing but bad intentions,
Thoughts of the past gave you motivation,
Not even sure how this is gonna end,
But you'll do anything to avoid feeling that pain again,
Are you even sure you gonna go through with this?
So much hate you have gathered from the person you dissed,
Wait a minute, let's not be hasty,
You have stiffed up like a stale pastry,
Time to move on and forget your ex-lover,
Let cupid roload on love's revolver,
Too bad all that love has gone wasted,
But now you know that the love you had with that person never lasted...

Poem Submitted: Monday, July 20, 2009
Poem Edited: Monday, July 20, 2009

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