DAVID LUNGU


Beauty, Love and Heart Breaks


the tale of our great fall
insecurity was the director
fear wrote the script that left my strength in awe
my heart believed what it read and convinced my character
started to live it forgot it was just a role
had a perfect life before i became an actor
i was happy with the love of my life
but i lived in the moment a lot of moments brought a lot of love n bitter strife
hope came before my heart went into torment
infatuation was disguised as a river of love n into it i would dive
such a hypocrite when i judge n m no saint
i have not found love
all things great are from God so its from above
am dying for all things beautiful i hope heaven receives me
may broken hearts forgive me

Submitted: Tuesday, October 01, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 01, 2013

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  • Adeline Foster (11/16/2013 3:50:00 PM)

    A well thought out poem and the subject is well expressed. Read mine - We the Unencumbered -
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