Trystin Delay


I Would Go To Hell For Love Poem by Trystin Delay


I want to say yes,
But I know not too.
With a second guy in the picture,
I haven't a clue what to do.
He is good to me,
Yet I love you.
You are a bad guy,
So I know your heart could never be true.
When I look into your eyes,
I'm under your spell,
And I'll go with you baby.
Straight down to hell,
Decide what you want soon,
Because I'm only here for a few.
Completely bewitched by you.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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I wrote this six days before my birthday. I had an ex who I dated six months ago. I dated his friend, and I know that is a terrible thing to do. Still I don't care. My ex was a bad boy, and his friend a true gentleman. I know who is better to be with, but he is not the one I love. This poem portrays the confusion I have, and what I would do to be with the one I love. Crazy and yet sane to believe, almost anyone would trade their happiness for love.

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