Anna Cellmer

Rookie (06-04-1974 / Olsztyn, Poland)

Maybe It's Better Like This - Poem by Anna Cellmer

Oh yes you are not only sweet

But also very bitter one

How should I forget

And be silly enough to share with you my thoughts

You are the man who needs

Just another type of woman than I'm

I can't be true to you

It kills us and this love

This love which doesn't exist anymore

Or maybe it was all just imagination?

But no, too much anger in you

After my words

But you left me, do you remember?

You did

So what did you expect?

Sometimes we all have to fight

With this madness inside

I'm not without a fault

I know I can hurt

The same way you do

What is wrong with us, my love?

Where this path leads us?

Oh but actually all is gone

So what to worry about?

You can make me a fool

Or even the last idiot of this world

I can say many not important words

But at the end

All I can do

Is just to face this true

That you are this one I love

But it doesn't matter anymore

I lost you I know

I have to go my own wrong

Pointless way right now

Bye bye

Maybe you are right

Live your life

I hope I'll find some sense in mine

But you know that perhaps

It'd be a bitter moon

Between me and you

So maybe it's better like this

Good your answer is

so we can really go in peace right now

No one hurts anyone

All are winners

In this case

All stay tall no one fools anyone

It’s just no way for us that’s all

How easy is this right now

I can go with a smile

Thank you for this my love

You are one who is able to kill me by your words

You have to be careful too

Goodbye my love

Goodbye stay in peace forever

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, July 5, 2008

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