like an ocean of innocence,
with an unparalleled beauty,
“Her voice was sweeter than honey, and edged a nightingale.
She inspired me to live my life.
She taught me to think
about love, life, and everything
her flick of hair.
She always lived in my heart
But soon, I came to reality,
For I was a nobody, and she – the princess of beauty,
who, I knew was the best for me,
but was worthy of someone better than me.
So I took a step back,
my heart aching.
Another step, and
my heart pounded heavily.
I turned away,
killed my heart, and
Poem title: Quattuor. By Bruised Melodies
This poem talks about A man’s admiration for someone he couldn’t have and therefore lost himself in the process.
From the start he is full of praises and adoration for his love interest. Emphasising on the positive outlook he used to have towards life beacause of his love for her.
Upon realising she deserves better from life, love, and relationship, he started to change into a bitter, cold and cruel person life the total opposite of his previous life of kindness.
What do you think of this simple and meaningful poem.
How do some people handle rejection? Why do people seek for that which they can’t have and still end up disappointed when the reality smacks them on the cheek?
What keeps them going after this reality or who do they eventually become.
Do they become good or bad? Do they appreciate the lesson or do they regret what they did?
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Thanks and I hope you enjoyed the poem.