You by Hazel Mariano
To you, my old happiness.
The one who caused painfulness.
The person who left me behind.
How dare you to make me believe that you're one of a kind.
For days, months, years we've been through.
You brought out the best in you.
We eat, cry and laugh together.
I thought that is enough to see me as your forever.
You say that you are happy being with me
As well as I am enough as you're telling me.
You told me, you like girls being jolly.
But, all just became thought when I saw with that sossy.
Your hands intertwined with her.
You lips passionately liking hers.
Suddenly, my heart is like a hundred of pounds.
That my tears is pulled to fall down.
My heart beat tells me to runaway.
You two saw me but continue your business anyway.
I didn't expect you are that kind of man.
You even changed my mentality on you and that girl, man
You, who took away me being jolly
You, the one who stole being me
You, who destroyed my trust.
I wish you will cherish her as if she is your last
Questions & Answers
Who is "You" in your poem?
I don't know either. That "You" concept is just a part of my imagination.
© 2018 Hazel Mariano