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Sociopath

He would never tell me he loved me
He would never feel any remorse
He was incapable of change, incapable of love
A constant unfinished course.
He wasn’t disciplined nor smart
Incapable of feeling, incapable of meaning
Always described in my dark art.
An emotional sociopath who walks down my life’s road
Following me wherever I go
I know him but yet he’s still a stranger in my mind
How someone you thought you knew could one day be so unkind.
Closure I will never get and to me he is my biggest regret
And slowly I sink in my pain whilst he just grows stronger and walks away
He is incapable of change, incapable of love
And why do I love this man?

I still do not know.

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  1. Date: 4/2/2014 2:43:00 AM

    Let go Erin, let go. You only have one life to live so make it worthwhile. Lovely poem
  1. Date: 4/1/2014 7:29:00 AM

    This is very good. I really liked it. x
  1. Date: 4/1/2014 7:29:00 AM

    I fell in love with a sociopath. I loved him very much. I struggled to answer the question of why many times and eventually realized it was because i am a feeler and unlike many others he wasn't and it was like the meeting of opposites. He made me try to make him love me and in my own way i thought i could in some way influence him to kindness, I was more of a trophy than anything else a possession and the reason he wanted to be with me was because i was able to feel everything that he couldnt x
  1. Date: 4/1/2014 5:51:00 AM

    Amazing writings! I've gone through some other works too by you and all of them are truly awesome. Thanks for the pleasure of reading nice poetry.

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