Hope by Coco Kiju

I should’ve believed you when you said it was over. 
Should have thought deep with a mind sober. 
Instead of acting out and losing composure, 
I should’ve tried to get some kind of closure.

The next time around, I shouldn't have given in. 
But your charm and charisma managed to lure me in. 
If only I had the strength to ignore your fatal grin, 
it would’ve been my absolute and biggest win.

It happened again. I should’ve realized. 
It was bound to be. Why was I even surprised? 
It was a pattern that I already recognized. 
And yet for some reason ,I let myself get hypnotized.

The more that I hurt, the more I could cope. 
I needed to find grip. I was falling down the slope. 
Next time for sure, I am gonna say nope 
'cause what destroyed me each time, was having hope.
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About the Poet:

Surakshya Kiju, a.k.a. Coco, is a 23-years-old girl who is passionate about writing. She is a blogger at Poems From Heart, where she pours her heart out, laying bare her emotions as she portrays the world through her eyes. Her poems—which range from rhymes to sonnets—have been published in literary magazines. Each day, she strives for self-improvement, even as she inspires others through her own poetry. Please check out her blog at : www.poemsfromheartcom.wordpress.com .

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