This poem is inspired by one of my favourite duet songs. It is about the internal struggle of two women who love the same man.
I can’t help to fall in love with you.
The burst of sweetness infuses the romantic air.
My every breath is shared with you in synchronised melody.
My heart is overflowing with ecstatic happiness.
My love! Keep suffocating me with unending passion.
Don’t leave a moment allowing me to think of your other love.
Because I am unable to detach myself from your syrup bubbles.
We’ve been always honest and in oneness.
I wish that wasn’t the case when I read your confession of new infatuated romance.
My heart died in the hand of your arson.
You left me wonder should I quit loving us.
There is a new chapter written in our story without my consent.
Should I keep reading to the end or set it on fire as revenge?
Tell me, my love!
Those Days – Stella Chang & Coco Fan
5 thoughts on “The Two Loves”
So interesting. . . . true story?
It’s based on the song. Fictional prose.
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OK. . just wondering. . .
Great line: “My heart died in the hand of your arson.”