Treasure Island

Brittney Pennington

(19/12/1991 / Crourd 'd lane)

Falling


I saw with blind eyes
And false hope
I trusted you
But
I didn't see the ace
up your sleeve
tell i fell on my face
Now
I set alone in the dark
with shame by my side
and hate in my heart
Because
You lied to me
you said you loved me
but yet you were with her

Submitted: Saturday, July 11, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, August 11, 2009

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  • Buddy Bee Anthony (9/30/2012 10:39:00 PM)

    looking from the cheating man's perspective, he may have not felt safe to reveal his love for another. To cut it clean is hard but often the best route. If he can have you both...I mean, who can say who he really loved? I love your work, Brittany, all I'm saying is maybe, the put upon, in this poem, didn't fight hard enough for him for one reason or another. (Report) Reply

  • Deborah Cromer (7/11/2009 6:30:00 PM)

    One more? Where with her, did you mean to put were with her? Sorry, I like poems, and I read them through pretty good sometimes. DC (Report) Reply

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