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I told you not to forget

Poetry By: deanfraserphillips
Poetry



A story of revenge


Submitted:Feb 3, 2009    Reads: 106    Comments: 1    Likes: 0   


The high heel you struck into my heart punctured me so deep

Pain so callous and cold you gave, would make a Devil weep

You walked into the sunset, laughing all the way

I sunk into a dark abyss, that was the darkest day

Watching from the shadows, I saw you soon forgot

Referring to the time we shared as though you lost the plot

Realisation hit me that this was a long time in the making

You could have left so easily but you had to leave me quaking

Yet in your boastful existence, you forgot to watch me recover

I got used to the dark so quick, the silence became my brother

When you look inside your empty heart and all that's left is a hole

I shaped myself into who I was, began to take control

The victory was your you thought, and soon you forgot about me

Yet each day I trained for this moment, redemption was my key

I even walked past you once, you did not even notice I was there

An invisible entity I have become, I surround your very air

The victory of your calculating scheme, disappeared into the past

It joined no doubt other souls, yet I'm no supporting cast

The absence of my memory has made you totally forget

Now reap the whirlwind of revenge, do you remember yet?

Think back to that moment, with your heel embedded in my heart

Justice will fly through your soul and this is just the start





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