Telling her to unfurl 

For she was the whodunit
You hankered to disentangle 
You lured her in
Showing your perfect pearls
Called her all sorts of pretty
Never did you drop your hat
She could never see you as petty
She found credence in you, never even guessing 
About being a toy to you 
Just  moment’s  joy to you
She showed you her failures, her faults

With the hopes
Of you not judging her
Of you being the one
Who could accept her
If not love her
And you did
For a while you actually surprisingly did
But then what was chosen 
To be ignored by you
Others started to notice it too
And suddenly her having
The scars she carried
Were Okay no more
She was now submerged
In the wallows of more judgment
The one’s which she had been
Carrying earlier with ease
Now had exalted in weight ten fold
For now,  it had
A shiny label of your rejection as well 

Life was not a fairytale 
Filled with joy 
But neither did it feel so
Bogus before you came
Telling her to unfurl
To uncurl
For you would be there
To catch her
When she falls
But, did you? 

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. phillister says:

    So sad, so wanting, needing. A cry for help

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    1. More like a wail filled with anguish for being rejected by the people whom you hoped would stand by you but didn’t in the end, because public image meant more to them.

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  2. Lost soul says:

    Awesome!!! Loved it. Read it twice word to word, each word calling out to me. ❤️

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Thank you love. Well, I am really glad if could make you connect to it. After all its just about Every writers dream. 😍😍😍

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      1. Lost soul says:

        And I am much honoured my piece led you to write this.

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        1. The thought of this post had been swirling in my mind for a while but this version of it was enacted after reading yours. So thank you❤️

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      2. Lost soul says:

        ❤️❤️❤️

        Liked by 1 person

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