The Break

The Break

A Poem by Nicole Renee
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A collaboration with Frances L. Phillips again! :D

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You said what you said; my blood's already run cold

There is no warmth, when you ask to come back I easily say no

Don't try to snuggle up just stay in your place

There is always a price to pay for such a disgrace

 

Baby, I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to do this.

It only temptation that ran through my mind

And nothing else besides a taste of my own curiosity.

As I try to give you a sincere hug to say I’m sorry,

You cringe away and don’t want my touch.

I guess I’m going to have to pay for being such a disgrace.

 

No I won't touch you just stay over there

I can't believe you'd try to give me that stare

You're history mister thought of no more

Nothing to me but a little male w***e...

 

Well, I guess this is the end of us;
There is no convincing you that I truly want you

And only you alone in this world of mine.

So I will leave you alone and go off on my own,

Not having a part in your dear life anymore.
Now I’ll take the necklace that I bought for you

And give it to the girl who would want it next instead of you.

© 2008 Nicole Renee


Author's Note

Nicole Renee
Frances L. Phillips is in the regular font and I'm in italics (aka a guy).

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You two have done an excellent job with this piece. Wonderfully penned.

Posted 12 Years Ago


A nice collaberation, a great piece. Well written from both perspectives. Brilliant!


Posted 12 Years Ago



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Nicole Renee
Nicole Renee

Anoka, MN



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