OH MAN, I COMPLETELY DON’T KNOW YOU
Actually, he was nothing more than a rotten man with a grandiose dream. Someone with pride and self-centeredness, thinking that the world is created for him alone. He is nothing more than a slacker and defeated in the battle of life. Disturbed by his dreams, his own aspirations and plans and then fall and create the world that he can only understand. It is very difficult to live with him. He always knows when is the right time for him to make me cry and laugh cruelly.
But his words are very sweet. Though insulting and not always adoring. It was so easy he made me forget that not a minute ago he made me cry. His smile was innocent. And the most remarkable poem he created has a strong and deep-rooted feeling to the earth. Somehow a man full of contradictions, individualistic and cold can make the word as his slave.
Really I can never understand why I was caught by him. One word of it can stir up my feelings, it’s been hundreds of years I know the rancid bastard. He who has taught me how to hate, burning on him. “That is a woman if her wishes are not met it will be threatening or crying.” It is the words of a man who believes that women are weak creatures. He will never know a woman’s revenge will move the whole world with him, shrink a man then destroy him without mercy.
Right now my hatred is burning. Why? Ask a weak man with a steel grip that stole my youth. My lips smile at him but really want to trample on the bastard’s head. It was enough of him humiliation to have no love for him now. From a girl who once fell in love, the most burning love of all loves ever, the most deserving love of all love. Love that once reached the soul and body. And now there’s nothing left. Human feelings are incomprehensible.
Oh man, I completely don’t know you.
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