fake hope

Sad Love

It's love, i thought... I knew..
It's the feeling everyone wants
the knot that hearts sew
the one nobody can shunt
that joins the souls
unders passion's lee
but mine isn't that at all
my love conquered me..

my first reaction was... Denial
i said 'no' and ran away
sooner no later i had to fire
and let all my feelings away
mixed, tangled and confused
i sat betweem my arms and cried
tears were flowing, emotion effused..
..from my heart, .. they no longer hide

not knowing what is next.. i wondered
would you ever notice?
that i have surrendered
to your charm, no i can't focus..
..on anything else.. but 'you'
can't you see through me?
see the love..leaking to you
like blood, forming a sea

your eyes magically captured mine
and your smile like the moon's curve
even in the darkest skies it would shine
your soul like the ocean's surf
broke on my fragile heart
it pierced through
like a pointed dart
and i.. couldn't resist you

when you are not here.. not near
i feel in my heart a tender pain
i just have this constant fear
that i might not see you again
i can't help it... i love you!
i always want you infront of my sight
but i don't want to be selfich with you
and i know this is not right

with a tear in my eyes i pray
that one day my heart shall join yours
with a crack in my depth i say
'please feel my sore'
that my love to you has created
that this affection has built
now i feel the hatred
towards anything in love.. filled...

Poem Submitted: Monday, December 18, 2006
Poem Edited: Saturday, December 11, 2010

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Comments about Sad Love by fake hope

  • Fake Hope (12/24/2006 10:37:00 AM)

    thnx 4 ur comment..
    but sometimes i wish that i never knew love

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  • Joshua Fegley (12/24/2006 10:01:00 AM)

    Sad love is better than no love... Sad poem...

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