quit.

quit.

I believed your words
Like a lovesick fool
Such a naïve girl
Taken in too easily
But it took little time
For you to slip up and
Reveal your true self
The talented liar.
You begged but
You’d already lost
Excuses weren’t enough
You couldn’t charm your way out
Not this time.
And never again.
I quit.
♦◊♦


rejected.This is another poem I wrote but rejected during the a-to-z challenge.
Like my last poem, this is not a reflection of my current life. Just a poem about being blindly sucked in and knowing when it’s time to get the hell out! 
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About what sandra thinks

Sandra began writing when she was a sixth grader. She is a teller of stories through poetry, fiction, and tales from her own life. And she thinks too much. Read, think, enjoy, laugh.
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24 Responses to quit.

  1. Glad this is not your current life. But boy, I think we’ve all felt that at one time or another.

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  2. Another good poem. It must’ve been hard to pick which ones to use during the challenge! I’m glad this isn’t your current life too! 😅

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  3. No matter how sad or difficult, ending will need to new beginnings. And there we can start new wonderful adventures.

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  4. Good read and some well meaning insights. Will love reading more of you.

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  5. Love it. Everything we write has a little bit of ourselves, I think, but then there’s fiction too! Otherwise we’d be reading your diary!

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  6. We’ve all been there. Wonderful read

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  7. Can I be one of your rejects, because they are absolutely amazing!? 😃

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  8. Miriam says:

    Great words as usual Sandra, real or not, you have a way of making us all feel we can relate to you.

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