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A player like you-You hurt me

Updated on December 18, 2012

This is a poem about a girl who was in love with a guy.She loved him a lot.In the end ,the boy just left her without any reason.He didn't try to understand the girl even when they were good friends.The guy has a new girlfriend now.To know more read the poem.You will be able to understand the whole story.This story is not my own.I have written it on behalf of her.Observing her made me understand how painful it was.Although I'm not a poet, I've tried my best.I hope you could get a grasp of what it intends to tell.Enjoy!!:)


Sat down in front of my laptop;

Thinking of you;

But had no words to explain;

How I went through.


My fingers couldn’t bear it

As they heard my painful thoughts.

So they communicated with my heart;

And started to type fast.


When I was broken ;

You said that you were broken too.

Oh! How I didn’t want to;

But finally! You convinced me to believe in you.


There was a magic in your voice;

Those captivating eyes;

And when you touched me,

I felt like my soul would rise.


I never wanted

To fall for you;

As deep within I knew

Things you said were not true.


Stopped listening to my mind;

My heart couldn’t stop loving you;

How would it know that it’d get hurt?

By a player like you.


Days passed;

I wanted to love you more.

But you changed your colour everyday;

And slowly I felt ignored.


A year passed and new people arrived.

You got tangled with them;

Heard rumours I didn’t want to believe;

Finally, you left me and decided to play a new game.


Saw your new girl;

She was nice though.

So maybe you fell for her;

But that’s fake to be felt by a player like you.


A few months later;

You came back to me again

With a new drama;

But I didn’t want to get involved in your game.


Is it the same game?

You’d hurt this new chick too;

How I wish I could tell her everything;

About a player like you.


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I didn't want to betray her

As I called her my friend;

Truth was what I wanted to tell her;

But I was vulnerable with cuffed hands.


Your new girl loves you;

As much as I do

How I wish she knew everything about

A player like you


A year has passed and you’re tired with your new girl;

She is on her vacation;

But you’re flirting with a new one again;

Behind her back.


My love is real;

Been more than 2 years since we broke;

But I’m still not able to move on;

Its you who has to help.


When we were together;

You didn’t want it to be official;

Was I your mistress?

That’s why you wanted it be hidden?


Or was it because I was innocent?

And loved you like crazy?

And believed that you were my friend;

Luckily, now I know a player like you!


I don’t want to go where you are

So don’t ask me to be beside you

You are not my friend anymore

Just take it as a clue.


Don’t tell that we’re still friends;

Don’t lie that I am cared by you;

Because now, I would never believe

A player like you.

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    • jirel profile imageAUTHOR

      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Debbie.What you said makes us feel good.No matter how we went through all the troubles,in the end, we would be winners.Those experiences are bad but later they prove to be useful.

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      Debbie Dallas 

      6 years ago

      Hmmm interesting! A conclusion, at LAST! Just as one would and could imagine! EVERYONE'S been struck by a player! Plenty of times! In the end, when you look at their new life- you realize- REALLY, you ( me) are the winner!! When two people spend any amt of time together: conversating, options, and secrets- its still a special bond that's true to the heart and special " just between those two ppl"....someone told me once don't add ur dad to ur application- I did- I lost OH WELL!!!!!

    • jirel profile imageAUTHOR

      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Docmo.I haven't read the book yet.I'll definitely read it.

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      Mohan Kumar 

      6 years ago from UK

      jirel- we've all been there! your beautifully emotive words capture the hurt and the heartache of being 'played'. Wonder if you've read a book called 'Games People Play' I read it when was in Med School and it was very influential in helping me understand people personally and professionally.Voted up/awesome.

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Kingphilip.I am glad you liked it.

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      Ramphil Basco 

      6 years ago from Iloilo, Philippines

      It's indeed a beautiful creation my friend. I feel it and I love it.. :)

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Made for your kind words.

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      Madeleine Salin 

      6 years ago from Finland

      Many of us have met these players and can really relate to what you are telling us with this great poem. Keep writing! :)

    • jirel profile imageAUTHOR

      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Vinaya dai for taking your time to read my hub.

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      Vinaya Ghimire 

      6 years ago from Nepal

      Hi jirel

      Sadness you express in the poem is very profound.

      Best wishes from Nepal.

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Rose Lee!Thanks for taking your time to read it.

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 

      6 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Voted up and awesome and we return to that old saying that love hurts. Too bad it can't just be a pleasant experience and it all depends on the person.

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Good night!hehe:)

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      epigramman 

      6 years ago

      ..I must go to bed now - I am tired and will try to spell 'spontaneity' properly this time - lol

    • jirel profile imageAUTHOR

      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you for reading my poem.I am glad you liked it.

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      Poetic Fool 

      6 years ago

      Jirel, if this is any measure I think you can consider yourself a poet. So sorry this had to happen to you but you're in good company. Players suck but ow you've seen them in action and are all the wiser. I hope we have the privilege to read more poetry from you. Thanks for sharing this poet, Sannel!

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      SanneL 

      6 years ago from Sweden

      I have to agree with all the comments above. You did a beautiful job! Well, I can relate to this poem. However, time heals all wounds. . . they really do!!

      Voted up and sharing!!

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      epigramman 

      6 years ago

      ...well thanks to my good buddy Samuel I was directed to this poetic flourish of fantastic writing and yes there's Deborah - another great writer .. I saw this link at our FB group Let's just talk music or cinema - and I am very impressed by your natural flow and sponaneity with your words spoken from your beautiful and true heart - sending you warm wishes and good energy from lake erie time ontario canada 11:40pm

    • jirel profile imageAUTHOR

      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Meeting players like them made me write this poem.Thank you so much for reading it.I'm glad you liked it:)

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      Deborah Brooks Langford 

      6 years ago from Brownsville,TX

      Well I have met players like that.. good riddance they drive you crazy and break your heart.,

      great poem you did a good job

      voted up

      Debbie

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you Sam!I remember that you were the first one to comment on my first hub!Since then you've been inspiring and encouraging.hehe.I wish there was a female vocalist who would actually love to sing this song like you said.Thank you for sharing this story of a sad broken girl.:)

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      sam209 

      6 years ago

      I think this poem would be a great song! There's female vocalists who would love to sing a song like this! People can relate to it. Actually I think everyone can relate to it! Great job Ms Jirel! You know I'm sharing this one!

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      jirel 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you FitnezzJim for reading it.hehe.The thoughts that came to your mind for me and the player were interesting and true."Time heals all wounds and time wounds all heels".Nice one:)

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      FitnezzJim 

      6 years ago from Fredericksburg, Virginia

      For claiming not to be a poet, you did pretty good. At the end of the poem, two thoughts came to mind. The one for you was a really old saying: 'time heals all wounds'. The thought for the player was a twist on words that my grandfather told me about (using his term for dishonorable men): 'time wounds all heels'.

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