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What Kind Of Fool I Am

Updated on October 21, 2015

I bestowed my heart to you effortlessly

Others will do right to hold me tight

But in you, I have made transitions

I love you so that’s why I need you so

I’ll understand you with your hang-ups,

I’ll accept your vigor and your frailties

And now you're telling me lies.

Love requires no logic,

Your love brings me magic.

I like the things you’ve said

And it gives me incessantly happiness

It internalizes and it never dissipates

But lately, I’ve discovered one thing

That everything was just a lie.

I’m so depressed and pestered.

My heart and brain are fighting

They’re hurting who’s going to win.

Should I blame this heart as I lost my brain?

Or should I blame this brain as you killed my heart?

I’m completely lost and it’s humiliating!

And I shout, it’s my entire fault!

This heart died and so my brain leaves

You packed up all your clothes

While the rain falls and so my tears

And emotion vacillates while the brain confuses,

Should I let you go even I love you so?

Or should I say, I love you but you must go?

What kind of fool I am!

Copyright @2012 Lanzskie. All rights reserved


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      Roland Adala 6 years ago from Wales, United Kingdom


      I reckon I wrote this poem at the age of 16 or 17. This was actually my true love story when I was a teenager. :)

      Thanks for the compliment!


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      Dee42 6 years ago from Beautiful Arkansas

      Very good. It grabbed me, ya know?