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Breaking Up

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Breaking Up

I do regret I can’t forget…
The curve of your cheek
As soft as a peach,
The gleam of your lips
That beg to be kissed,
But your beautiful eyes
Could not hide your lies.
I don’t believe you any more –
I wish that you’d walk out the door.
Please leave me alone,
Don’t call and don’t phone,
And please don’t resist
Or try to persist.

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©DGA 01.04.2011 15:36

And for those of you who would like a little music…

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Author: adeeyoyo

I am a middle-aged South African woman, living in Johannesburg. I began writing poetry towards the end of May 2010. I love animals – sometimes more than people!

18 thoughts on “Breaking Up

  1. Hi,

    there a so many ups and downs come in our life and we have to face them happily..

    Thanks

  2. very sad, you have such sa thread of sadness running through your posts

  3. ugh. once trust lies shattered on the floor after repeated droppings…yeah…

  4. This is a heartbreak of a poem Denise but there is a certain emotional corner turned and a triumph contained in the last six lines. I suppose someone else could read them and see resignation but I see courage. :) This is a wonderful poem!

  5. Perfect song to post with this poem. Enjoyed it. I don’t find it sad at all when we see people for who they are . . . just the opposite. To me, it’s liberating. :D

  6. NIIIIIIIIIIIICE!!!!!!!!!

    Such Power and Strength!!

    Impressive!!

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