Itai Oscar


Love Victim


I give you my best smile
You give me your worst frown
I open my arms to give you a hug
You raise your arm, to wave me goodbye
I dig deep in my heart
And bring out the sweetest words
You also dig deep
You dig deep into your ears, to
clog them

Flowers cannot melt your heart
Candle lit dinner makes you tense
Is it because someone broke your heart before?
Or am I that unlovable?
Why?
Why do you treat me this way?
I am a love victim
Giving love to an unloving heart.
It's like my hands are glued to that unloving heart
I can't let go!

Submitted: Friday, July 05, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 05, 2013

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