Kaspa Richards

Rookie (29/08/1988 / London, England)

Relationship Memory - Poem by Kaspa Richards

Remembering the time when we were simple
You where still short and I use to kiss your dimple
Didn’t care if you looked rough or had a pimple
You where so cute when you laughed and your nose would crinkle

Problems ripple was far from reaching us yet
Plain sailing baby our future looked set
Still had the smile on my face from the day we met

But then the wind changed and you and I got strange
You started arguing saying how I had changed
When in truth you where the one who wasn’t the same
Always uttering that same blokes name
Try and play me for a fool like I don’t know your game

Expressing your guilt through anger
You’re so guilty from your love of this stranger
And that, is where, lies your danger

Coz I will soon say things I don’t mean
That will put events in motion that you will see
Have us sharing nothing but animosity

Six months down the line and look at us part
After three months I stopped loving your heart
Only come round when you spread your legs apart
Should’ve realised earlier that she was just a tart

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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