The Likable Crush Men - Poem by taquesha thomas
The throbbing of my heart is severe
I try to put a bandage over it but it's clear.
My heart is crying so loud man if you could hear.
It's been given away and thrown down so it has fear.
One boy was a gangster from the hood.
He was fine he was all good
I liked his flow and style everything he did made me smile.
One day he slapped a girl he dissed me then he was out of my world.
There was a boy who had money in his pocket.
He was of a different race,
it was something very cute and different about his face.
I told him the real
that look on his face made it a big deal.
Then there was this fine ol' dude
hella funny but rude
Whatever he had he flaunted.
When it came to girls he was always wanted
He talked about my brother and I got scared
From him I forgot every smile I've bared.
My religion and my mind says those boys should be forgiven
My heart and the pain it has suffered says it's forbidden
Waht these boys did to me you wouldn't understand, you wouldn't know
because the results of the pain that they caused words can't show
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