another bleeding heart romantic poetry piece

where’s the fun in love
when all you do is hurt?

yes its great
when its being repaid
but not when all you’re doing
is chasing your own tail

where’s the fun in love?

i raise an objection
love lost creates contention
let me draw your attention
to the angst and the pain
the sorrow with no gain

when all you do is fall,
and all you do is pray
for the Almighty to make
the world seem less grey

when recovery?
the realisation of disdain
with your self and your current
condition on display

its no wonder love makes
total fools of all who play
its enchanting snare
leaving all to proclaim “beware! beware!”
to any that hop on
to tread the same way

where’s the fun in love
when all you do is hurt?

yes its great
when its being repaid
but not when all you’re doing
is chasing your own tail

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5 thoughts on “another bleeding heart romantic poetry piece

  1. Firstly, it’s not love when all you’re getting is hurt. Really, it’s not love!! It’s abusing yourself and partly the victims fault for letting oneself get hurt continuously.
    Secondly, when you’re in love, you’ll hear people telling you you’re glowing out of happiness. You’ll be bowing to the Almighty pleading to keep your life as colorful as it is. Grey will be a foreign color.
    Thirdly, you’ll be smiling – bit by bit on the outside, continuosly on the inside. Even when the road is bumpy.

  2. H – I agree in part but the trouble is when you are in “love” you tend to over look so many things. And you go along to get along with that person out of love. And you bear so much from them because you love them.

    So i dont know if i agree completely with your second and third point because ofcourse you’re in love and you’re glowing but is it always glowing happy love? no not really

    So there is definitely a downside to falling in love – and if you’ll notice – this poem is aobut a one sided affection 🙂

    • I understand the poem is about one sided affection. But we do have some control over our feelings right? When we realize that we’re getting hurt, is it right to keep getting hurt or just back out? As the famous saying goes ‘If you love something let it go. If it comes back to you it’s yours forever, if it doesn’t it was never meant to be in the first place.’
      Just a little sensitive 🙂

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