Christina8

Break Your Heart

Didn't mean to break your heart

Didn't mean to make you cry

Wasn't prepared for the look on your face

When you turned to me and asked "why?"

 

Sometimes things aren't meant to be

And I wasn't trying to be cruel

Seems like we were more friendly

I wasn't taking you for a fool

Comments6

  • Goldfinch60

    In our lives there are breakages within us but they can be insignificant once the true person in your life arrives.
    Good write Christina.

    • Christina8

      Absolutely! Thank you Andy!--Christina

    • orchidee

      A nice write Christina.

      • Christina8

        Thank you Orchidee!

      • Fay Slimm

        A heart that breaks can to an extent also heal and the humble contrition in this verse would surely help that process along - - a good reminder for us readers dear Christina.

        • Christina8

          Thank you so much Fay! Humbled by your reply. Christina

        • Neville

          But ya never forget, do ya....

          this is a little peach of a poem well penned.

          Neville

          • Christina8

            Nope! Thanks for your kind reply, friend....C

            • Neville

              not kind.. but certainly true.. N

            • dusk arising

              Tis a fact of life that more relationships fail than last. Experience enables us to accept this and realise it takes two to tango. Ending always will be a trying time no matter which side of it you find yourself upon.

              Your piece clearly demonstrates how awkward it is to end a relationship with the intent of causing no pain and of course there is the lasting guilt of feeling you have hurt someone who was so nearly the right one once.

              • Christina8

                Wow, did you hit the nail on the head! Thanks so much for your thoughtful reply dusk!! Christina

              • PoeticBiscuit

                Simple yet powerful, and very well written.

                • Christina8

                  Thank you so much PB! Much appreciated--Christina



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