Considering the Fact


Considering the fact she thinks she's mad

She's really quite sane

It’s the games she plays on people’s hearts

It hurts, she smirks

Knowing it’s cutting into the skin of her lover


Except they’re not really lovers

They’re each other's cover

Buffers is that they considered themselves


Just another incompatibility creating tragedies

So many travesties of the world she fed him

A lost little boy

With no real perception of how it really is in the real world


“This is real, girl.”

As he took a step off her platform of perfection

And said his last goodbyes


She wanted a compromise

But he was done with her lies

She cried

Tears shed as then they picked up this pencil

And used another's life as a stencil

To trace a dream that had always been dreamt about


Consirisized a plan to slash his mind

Used her rhymes to make some sense of time

For them time wasn’t a thing- just consuming


Perfuming all of the negative energy away

Knowing he couldn't stay

He couldn't stay

And she acted like she wasn't phased

But she was


A little molehill left in the dust

Considering the fact

She used to be his only mountain


  • Author: yaz (Offline Offline)
  • Published: October 13th, 2016 15:08
  • Comment from author about the poem: This is just a short little poem on how I used to play with someone's heart that i took for granted and he finally realized and left me for what i was.
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 57
  • User favorite of this poem: taylerdk21.
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  • taylerdk21

    Wow. This is such an amazing piece & really moving. I loved reading it. Keep up the good work.

    • yaz

      Thank you so much! <3

      • taylerdk21

        No problem love. =^-^=

      • BRIAN & ANGELA

      • BRIAN & ANGELA

        WELCOME YAZ ~ Thanks for a very challenging first poem. My MUM told me never to play with another persons affections. Seems that was what you did ~ and paid the price of rejection ? Thanks for sharing a very well written poem. Yours BRIAN

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