Unfaithful

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
this is a poem where a man leaves a woman behind on her hardest times, yet, she tries to move on and promises herself that she will never believe those kind of men ever again

Submitted: October 11, 2016

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With his gentle arms she was bound
That made her heart pound
Happiness borrowed their relationship
Where he promised he would never let her trip.

It was really beautiful in the start
But as the time passed, it broke her heart
She bawled a lot so he could hear her pain
But all he did was watch her soak in the rain.

In the eleventh hour she realised that she was deceived
And mourned that she should not have believed
But now she had chosen to forget
So that later she would not regret.

She decided not anymore will she overturn
For the games he played that made her burn
Finally it was a lesson she had learned
From the unfaithful experience she had earned.


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