Titto Mutny


No More Love.


Behold,
My heart just turned cold,
Everything is gone,
After the fresh flesh feast,
You threw away the bone.

How I have been pampering you with love and care,
Giving you all my love mindless of my share,
How lovely you were, commonly rare,
Mistakenly ranking you to the top yet you belonged to the rear.

I am like a blood group 'O' type of lover,
Who loves A and B when they have nothing to offer,
Come one, come all, my love is on offer,
Stop Love! everything is over.

How sweet it is you rushed to the green pastures,
just to find out that i am the greener pastures,
I feel sorry to say that they is no way back,
Perhaps all I can do is to wish you good luck

Submitted: Thursday, September 27, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I loved this girl so much, treated her like queen, unfortunately, , she was blind to my love, , broke my heart n flew away like a black dove,
Despite all that... she keeps knocking on my door.

Comments about this poem (No More Love. by Titto Mutny )

  • Rookie - 0 Points Ambrosia A (5/9/2013 11:17:00 PM)

    Never worry about the past. As a doctor, I liked 'O' bl.gp type of lover, who is universal donor...have a big heart, opportunity knocks at the door. (Report) Reply

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