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It Seems Fair!
by Bonnie May

Saturday, May 03, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I could never give up on Love but if I did...


It Seems Fair!
I don’t want to love anymore for it hurts too much inside.
It takes away my happiness and damages my pride.
It would be much easier to feel nothing at all.
You would never know heartache or would never fall.
What makes our deceiving hearts betray us in this way?
What gives them the right to have all the say?
If they would just keep out of it, you would be just fine.
For you would have some peace and I would keep mine.
But no, these hearts betray us by letting someone in,
Letting them destroy us, is how it begins.
The only thing that seems fair, almost from the start.
Is when they hurt and leave you, they rip out that heart.
Written by,
Bonnie May




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Reviewed by Katie Gabrielle 5/5/2008
Hey Bonnie! Your friend Lois recommended I read this poem today! It's very well written and the message resonates with me...thanks for sharing! I write poetry too! katie
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 5/5/2008
A good friend, supposedly told me he cannot e-mail me no more, too busy with bill paying and taxes and cleaning out his desk. Oh, well, rejection hurts, but I guess I was too fast paced for that person. He was just a friend I had made, actually a counselor at hospital. I have other things to do anyway and lots of others to e-mail, but your poem says it all. Love, Lois
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/4/2008
Love should never be allowed to leave its cage.

Reviewed by Cryssa C 5/3/2008
Ah, but they leave a little piece to grow again, and that piece will always contain fragments of them as well... even if they don't want to admit it...

Reviewed by John Leko 5/3/2008
...torn between two sides of love...the heart will always feel full...whether red or blue.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 5/3/2008
hurts, ripped out, stamped on, and displayed...
Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce 5/3/2008
When love is blind, it is beautiful;
but when love betrays us, it hurts.

Sandie May :o)
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/3/2008
so true & I really hate afterwards feeling blue...e
Reviewed by Selene Skye 5/3/2008
Ouch! So true, so honestly written, Bonnie May. But we are slaves to the heart until the last piece is gone, then we turn into meanie ogresses ;)

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