diamond- Love Hurts

diamond- Love Hurts

A Poem by Jack Diamond
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A poem I wrote last year about fighting with my then-girlfriend. It contains the "F" word

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She never tells me where she's going

I'm so f*****g sick of never knowing

she acts like someone with somthing to hide

by simple rules she can never abide

she says "I'm just going out to see a friend"

this looks to me like the begining of the end

whether she's cheating

or whether she's not

she sure likes to keep these secrets a lot

"the bottle never goes away"

is somthing that my father would say

she runs to drugs

and won't talk to me

for this I might just set her free

I can't take the frustration

of this woman so cold

her childish act

grows so old

all the times that she gets high

makes me want to say goodbye

but I cannot do it

I care for her so

why she treats me this way

I'll never know

I need to end this

please show me how

but I wonder

.

.

.

.

who will love me now?

 


© 2008 Jack Diamond



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Wow... just....wow. I have no idea why people don't rate you. Have you entered this in any competitions? You could really win one with this. Females are very mysterious - I don't understand them and I am one! I didn't even notice the writing as the poem progressed, and that is quite something. It really hurts when you see someone you love messing themselves up. You want to be free of the burden, but at the same time want to care for them, and tell them it's ok, and that you're there for them. Deep... well, how on earth do I rate this? It's out of the stratosphere!

Posted 9 Years Ago


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Wow... just....wow. I have no idea why people don't rate you. Have you entered this in any competitions? You could really win one with this. Females are very mysterious - I don't understand them and I am one! I didn't even notice the writing as the poem progressed, and that is quite something. It really hurts when you see someone you love messing themselves up. You want to be free of the burden, but at the same time want to care for them, and tell them it's ok, and that you're there for them. Deep... well, how on earth do I rate this? It's out of the stratosphere!

Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Jack Diamond
Jack Diamond

McGregor, MN



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If you're reading my writing then let me say thanks you. you are now on my good graces thus making you "cool". I am sorry to say but I am really only interested in rythmic poetry, if You write free ve.. more..

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