Only Fools Believe in Forever

May 14, 2010
By Savvy_ PLATINUM, Houston, Texas
Savvy_ PLATINUM, Houston, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
Call up the locksmith,
Tell him we need him quick,
We've got a million keys,
None of them seem to fit.


I was rummaging through the sofa,
And I found something old,
I held it close to my heart,
It brought pain; the memories cold.

I quickly scanned the bracelet,
Engraved was the date we met and your name,
Then I thought about you,
What are you up to? Who have you become? Are you the same?

I washed away the inquisitions,
And replaced them with the agony you brought,
Love always and forever? Yet,
We cried, we argued, we fought.

We fought to the point where ‘forever’ was broken,
Just another word to be thrown out of mind,
So I cried my last tear and ran to the shore,
Threw that bracelet for some other fool to find.


The author's comments:
I originally thought of a friend while writing this, but the more pain that it brought back, the angrier I felt at another subject rather than friendship.

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