Just Give Up On Me


Just Give Up On Me

It ain’t so melodious,
Going with this spear,
I am a clandestine walking girl,
Not a healer, not a propeller;
Baby, you can call me naive,
Maybe a bit of a loner,
Just give up on me now,
I am no princess, dear!
*
I know you have been trying so hard,
Making me sad, mad and happy.
The pound of love I got from you,
I don’t deserve to be in the receiving;
Your red rose may gloom my beauty,
But it doesn’t define my personality.
I seem to be attracted to the hate,
And sometimes, the madness rains on me.
I know you understand all this,
Still try to accept me.
But do me favour, will you?
Just bloody give up on me!
Just give up on me,
Give up on me,
Give up on me,
Give some love to me,
Don’t you give up on me,
Don’t you give up on me,
I may need you but I want you,
Don’t you dare give up on me,
I’ll kill you,
If you give up on me!
***

This is the 99th poem under the poetry journal “Isn’t She A Cape Crusader!” which aims to add 100 poems under 100 days. I missed nineteen days.

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Hopeless Love


Hopeless Love

She was about to faint

Due to the extreme pain from her bruises.

High rise skyscraper-like dream,

And she decided to take a leap?

*

She was hushed

Transformed into a melancholic beauty

As her faith was broken

By a man who lived in her fantasy

*

It was extremely painful and unacceptable,

But there was no escape,

As the saddest part came to haunt her

When the man stood by her side with an adorable gaze!

***

This poem is a response to a poem Catch Me When I Fall written by Graci.

This is the 98th poem under the poetry journal “Isn’t She A Cape Crusader!” which aims to add 100 poems under 100 days. I missed nineteen days.

Read it and let me know in the comment how it was. You can read another seven (recent) poems on this blog page.

Do follow this blog for the daily update and share it with everyone who cares for #poetry.

Thanks!

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