Eman Awad

Rookie (26\5\1988 / cairo)

What You'Ve Done To Me - Poem by Eman Awad

Do you remember this one time,
when you asked me what i fear the most?
I used to fear that you aren't mine,
but i never said so no matter what's the cost.
Then you told me you fear nothing at all,
but the long time that would pass us by.
And that you're sure you love me most of all,
and you will never ever say goodbye...
You never said goodbye but you pushed me to,
you made me cry of pain and hate my life.
You started to fear more than you said you do,
you fear not to love truely as long as you're alive.
You started to think of you instead of us,
you started to fear my love and my smile.
How come you be the one i trust,
how can you be the one i lay my life for,
how come you lost me after one mile? ?
You lie and i forgive,
but that's not the way to live my life.
I decided no excuses i'll give,
and far from you i will survive.
But i couldn't and i'm hurt can't you see?
i lost that smile and the very young heart.
Some thing is broken deep inside of me,
and the times of constant pain just ends to start.
Why couldn't you tell in all this time,
that you never loved me like i loved you?
Why did you say that you fear time,
that will pass us by till i be with you?
I dreamt a thousand dream and built castles in sand,
i related my exsistance to yours and i dwelt you.
All this time i was rejected and it's out of your hand,
to lead me on and leave me after i loved you.
Nothing further to be said,
look what you have done to me.
I'm hurt, i'm wounded, i'm dead,
lost in the direction of love till eternity...

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 23, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, March 15, 2011


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