Spoken Word Poetry – Refuse To Say Your Name – (Poem about love)


I refuse to say your name. I refuse to be used. I refuse to play your game. I don’t know when you changed, or how. But I know you aren’t the same now. Do you remember us like, how I remember us? We were happy. There was love. There was trust. At least I thought. I was wrong I guess. At the very first test. You walked. You left. Now an email arrives from, time to time. Or you block your new number and call my landline. Sometimes we don’t talk. We hear each other breathing. You think of me. I think of you leaving. So I refuse to say your name. I refuse to be used. I refuse to play your game. Treat me well, I said. And you can have my heart. You nodded your head, smiled… had me from the start. I wonder if you knew… What you were gonna
do. I wonder if you knew…

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  1. Spoken Word Poetry – REFUSE TO SAY YOUR NAME

    A little something I wrote when thinking of an ex… It's always better to express how you feel, talk about your emotions, when it comes to dealing with a broken heart. Spoken word poetry is perfectly suited to it. Please subscribe, like and share!

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