Nur Meiyati


Am I Wrong


Am I wrong
If men are in love with me
I swear I don't intentionally make them so
I am always honest
I tell the truth about me and my situation
Always clearly or vaguely inform them from the very first start
And whenever I can catch a sign that they begin missing me
I always warn them not to love me
Not to hope me for more and wish to have me
In a polite and nice way
I don't want them to feel rejected or discouraged
I believe in the due time they will quit by themselves
But at least with nice memories

Am I wrong
I am always ready to spend some of my time for them
Listening to them and trying to comprehend and relate whatever they tell me
Reading a lot about anything so I can respond to whatever they talk about
Trying to understand what they say and what is not spoken
I really enjoy my being with them
While telling them that they are not the only ones I talk or chat with
If some of them feel desperate and decide to leave, I let them go
But honestly I often worry about, feel missing and losing them
But what can I do
I can't beg them to stay although I need them
Besides, to know that they love me and wish me only makes me painful

Am I wrong
If I always think most men are nice and sometimes are even too nice in their own ways
I really do not know how to make them not to be in love with me.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 03, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 03, 2013

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This is in fact an old post. I posted this poem in some of Facebook groups on 15 August 2013.

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