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Damn Shame

Shame on you. Shame on me for letting you. Making me love you like this. though I shouldn't complain, love is of the gods, and you are God's gift. I digress, because every gift comes with a curse. I wanna enjoy our time under the sunshine, our nights under the moonlight. While we have happiness before it gets worse. Shame on the one who created thee with beauty and intellect. My first and last thought, I can't recollect another image from my memory. Shame on my eye sight. If I never laid them on you; I'd have nothing to remember you by. And epicly I have failed as I procrastibate believing I hear your voice calling for me in the dark sky. Shame on you! Because everytime I make a mistake I judge myself losing confidence, self respect and pride. Or maybe I need to feel shame? Because its my love for you that allows you to take your high heel shoe and catwalk all over my name. She needs to fill a void, he wants to be heard, he makes amends, to her it's the same song. Now she feels shame because you only get one good man; and that good one is long gone

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  1. Date: 1/7/2013 12:50:00 PM
    Enjoyed your write Corey, but you can't make anyone love you, they do so of their own will, and no matter the reason, we tend to forget the reason we loved them in the first place, when it goes wrong,which is a shame, love Elizabeth

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    Date: 1/9/2013 11:51:00 AM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Thank you for the read and comment. You're absolutely right. When we do find love we need to cherish it and not abuse it. Love is not perfect because we are not perfect, but it can work Corey (@poetcoreybrown)