Little Miss Homo Sapien's Cave

Bitter, Unsweet

In your happiest times

I was not there

In my loneliest times

you were not there

While you’re having a life

I kept silent

And as I feigned those smiles

you felt content.

I wish there comes a time

you won’t regret

That you spent all your time

among the rest

That you have lived your life

to the fullest

That you left me all smiles,

don’t you forget

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7 responses

  1. suicideman

    Your words could be mine they feel so true. I understand.

    I’m sorry.

    If I can help, I’m here, in comments or blog posts. And if you need a more private ear, I’m at reduxphoenix@gmail.com. I’ll be there if you want to say hello.

    – Phoenix

    22/01/2011 at 06:36

    • Thank you for the concern, Phoenix.

      This piece actually formed in my head when I was on my way home last day and being reminded of a certain period in my life.

      That’s the past, though. I’m pretty okay now 😉

      22/01/2011 at 15:01

      • suicideman

        I’m happy to hear that these are words from the past. You seem pretty okay in my book. And if you feel it in yourself too, that’s what really counts.

        Thanks for sharing. Everything’s better when we’re not alone.

        – Phoenix

        22/01/2011 at 18:11

  2. I feel the emotion in the words.
    Very nicely done, a little bit brave too.
    Though i guess pain and reegret does make for good poetry

    22/01/2011 at 17:28

    • Thanks.

      I agree. When I’m in a jolly disposition I don’t get to write as intense.

      22/01/2011 at 23:13

  3. Very. What is the word for that. Enticing.

    24/01/2011 at 12:50

    • Enticing? I was in emotional turmoil when I wrote this.

      Whatever floats your boat 😉

      25/01/2011 at 13:31

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