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Dizziness worse in dark: The Poem “Dizzying Darkness”

Dizziness worse in dark, when it talks about flirting and broken heart, this poem must read for every reader. The poem well explained on the relationship and love. You told me I had coffee colored eyes, then you stopped drinking coffee; told your mother it was like I had always been there but then abandoned me when I needed you ...

Dizziness worse in dark, when it talks about flirting and broken heart, this poem must read for every reader. The poem well explained on the relationship and love.

You told me I had coffee colored eyes,
then you stopped drinking coffee;

told your mother it was like I had always
been there but then abandoned me
when I needed you most to leave me in 
my darkest and heaviest thoughts—

I was sad, at first, when you let me go;

but now I am grateful that I was never 
caught in the gilded cage of your lust because
I bet that I would be the most miserable 
creature, if I were trapped by your side for
eternity with the knowledge that you're
not a man who is true or sincere—

just someone who promises forever without
meaning them,

and one day it will come to burn you;
if karma is feeling generous, she'll let me watch
and I will do so with a glass of champagne
in hand, watching as you fall into the dizzying darkness
you tried to bury me in.

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