Daya Nandan

Gold Star - 6,004 Points (2.7.1992 / Malaysia)

You Pretend Nothing Is Going On Without A Care - Poem by Daya Nandan

I can’t figure out why, i still believe and have hope,
Though, slowly giving up, slipping to the end of the rope,
You are a heartless woman, an yet i hope you will change,
When i give you my love, pain is what you exchange,

Why do you have to be this way, why all this hurt,
Do you intend to put love six feet under dirt?
Tell me why do you have to be so cold,
I try to make us love but you are just too hard to hold,

I don’t understand the reason behind your cruelty,
All i asked was for you to have love, respect and loyalty,
Why have you gotta hurt me, why must you break my heart,
Why must you wickedly tear my soul apart?

You play games with my mind
Shout and throw tantrums with words so unkind
You even cheat and lie to my face time after time
And yet you pretend to have never done a crime

I don’t know why i still have faith in you,
When there are so many other under the sky so blue,
You treat me like trash, you are just no good for me,
I can’t live a life like this, you and i can never be,

I keep getting dissapointed, i am drowning in despair,
I am getting suffocated, i am gasping for air,
And yet you pretend nothing is going on without a care,
Destroying the memories we used to love and share,

I can’t believe i put up with all your bullshit and lies,
You are nothing more than the devil in disguise,
Your heart does not beat, a structure made of stone,
Your essence is hatred that makes you wicked to the bone,

I know now what i must do, i cannot hold your heart so cold
I will slowly go into hypothermia from the ice within your soul,
I am leaving you forever for i will start another life,
Far away from our memories where i will seek a pretty wife

Topic(s) of this poem: broken heart, love and loss


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Poem Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2015



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