Harlea Quinn66

They Broke My Heart (9/24/11) - Poem by Harlea Quinn66

They broke my heart...
Both of them
My best friend
And him...

He broke my heart
By flirting
And teasing her
Right infront of me

She broke my heart
By flirting
And teasing

She knows I love him
She knows I care
She knows that I'm jealous
Of them...

But she still
And teases

He went to her house
The other day
And I heard all about it
Over e-mail

'He says I'm beautiful
But I don't believe it'
Of course you believe it!
Can't you see this is tearing me apart?

How can he do that?
'We're just friends' he says
But I see the look
In his eyes

He meant everything he said
The flirts
The teases
The compliments

I know that he thinks
WE'RE just friends
But he doesn't know
That I want more

I wish he knew
I wish she knew
How much
This is hurting me

But no
They're oblivious
All of them
To how I really feel...

The boy I love...
My best friend...
I can't believe it
They broke my heart

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Comments about They Broke My Heart (9/24/11) by Harlea Quinn66

  • (9/24/2011 2:17:00 PM)

    i know what you feel, i know what your going through. i knew its rough. just keep your chin up, , and show to them that they made their biggest mistake they will never forget. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, November 7, 2011

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