Last Love

Last Love

A Poem by Olive Belikov

I loved this boy, I loved him so,
I can't believe he let me go,
He sat this girl upon his knee
And said he chose her instead of me.
My mum came home late that night,
She looked for me I was nowhere in sight.
She went to my room my room was all red,
All it took was one bullet to the head.
She dropped to her knees and picked me up.
And my family came in to see what was up.
My brothers and sisters were crying hardcore.
They found my letter lying on the floor.
On my letter it said dig a hole six feet deep
And place two shotguns at my feet.
Tell my friends I did my best
And ask them if I past the test.

© 2010 Olive Belikov

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Wow, this is really good! Flows really nicely and creates a clear image in one's head. Nice job!!

Posted 13 Years Ago

I love the imagery and flow.. It has a kind of truth to it that makes it all the better... Love it!!

Posted 13 Years Ago

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Added on December 4, 2010
Last Updated on December 4, 2010


Olive Belikov
Olive Belikov


I am a daughter, a sister, a grand-daughter, a niece, a cousin, a friend. I am a partner, a student, a young girl, and a grown woman. I am confident and scared, terrified and excited. I am loving and .. more..