My Heart Can't Bear the Lies~A Poem
Who initiates Breaking up (Men or Women)?
According to the Huffington Post,
Women are more likely than men to utter the words, “I want a divorce” — but women and men are equally likely to initiate a break up, according to a new study.
Poem about Heart Break
Your false ideas of love
cut deep within my flesh
Leaving scars beyond repair
my heart's a broken mess
The times that I believed you
when you uttered all the lies
Left me dead like washed up seaweed
alone with just my cries
Promises you made to me
whispered in the night
Made me want to trust you
convinced me it was right
Truth turned inside out
was all you knew to give
Like vampire's food of choice
deceit; your blood to live
I'll no longer be your conduit
for evil to the core
My soul desires happiness
and love forever more...
Poem on Relationships
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© 2012 Linda Rogers