Celestial Theif

Celestial Theif

A Poem by Vincent Maltese

Painful Truth



Tonight I realized the game you play.
And I thought I saw the world in your heart And the stars in your eyes. 
But suddenly reaching out, grabbing one.
I realize, they don’t belong in your eyes.
You don’t deserve them.

© 2008 Vincent Maltese

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vrry nice. whos ths one about? lol. jking. nice work
luv ya
ur sis Aileen

Posted 14 Years Ago

I like the way it's written and they wonder why we build our emotional wall. Solid!!

Posted 14 Years Ago

Ah, sometimes the summer night, or the beauty that fills a lovely day can sweep you off your feet. Feelings swell. Pulses race. Hopes build. Then, nothing happens. We have all been on the giving, and the recieving side of that scenario. It is natures truest dance, but here we know not who we will leave the dance floor with when it is over. It happens all the time, innocently. But it hurts so much more when you have been mislead.

Posted 14 Years Ago

ooh nice twist. Love the title. love the end, a bit biting and good.

Posted 14 Years Ago

Woah. What a rebuff! Harsh but pretty.

Posted 14 Years Ago

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Added on August 19, 2008


Vincent Maltese
Vincent Maltese

Camp Lejeune, NC

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