Cunningham Mbati


LOVE THAT NEVER EXISTED


I am sorry
I never loved you
despite all your effort to show how much you wanted me.
It wasn't because you are not cute
But because I never feelings for you.
The tears you shed for my love
were enough to touch my heart
your sweet words were sweet enough to woo me
and your body figure was enough to attract me
but that couldn't make me say I love you.
I have no regrets at all but just sorry for hurting you.
I saw love become hate from you
when you said you hate me
I didn't feel it as it was the jealousy in you
At one point I thought
that you were desperate for love.
Just a few days you were in love again
I knew you had found the one you deserve
I felt unburdened and relieved
but wondered how fast it was.
You have a magic love.

Submitted: Saturday, January 25, 2014

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I wrote this poem when I turned down a lady who had fallen for me.

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