Jasmine Thompson

Rookie - 0 Points (12-20-1993 / Alone forever)

The Ex - Poem by Jasmine Thompson

so i see you've moved on
so i see you've forgotten
lost all our memories
and now are rotten

just like your heart
you threw me out
locked the door
though i scream and shout

and when you opened it
you walked right past
and to her arms
you went fast

again like i thought
you loved me more
she will be the one
you love and adore

so now i say
just leave me alone
and to this day
you wear a scorn

when i walk through the store
you hush and stare
as i walk by
saying 'look i dare'


Comments about The Ex by Jasmine Thompson

  • (4/9/2012 9:13:00 AM)


    But of this scorn you see and feel.
    Could it be avoided.
    Would you go out of your way.
    To distance yourself from that man, that day.
    I'm an outsider trying look in.
    But before I can.
    I must understand the circumstances at hand.
    For stories vary.
    And some times they are question you should ask.
    When left wondering.
    Like a appetizer we are all still waiting on the full meal.
    We must let everything go in story that feels unreal.
    It can't be true, it can't happening to me.
    It is in our heads an impossibility and must be imaginary.
    Nothing can be that evil we say to ourself.
    As if that will stop it from happening again.
    A facade that we will be always protected and sheltered.
    But they are those who show us otherwise.
    And we must listen to them if we want learn how it can be prevented.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 5, 2012



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