Wednesday, July 21, 2010

You Said You Loved Me. . .



You said you loved me but I always knew,
that when the time came, you would leave on a cue.



I found the note left on my pillowcase,
it left me in tears, with images I cannot erase.



It broke my heart like shattered glass,
There’s nothing left, our love did not last.



You said you loved me but I always knew,
that when the time came, you would leave on a cue.



Like a leaf on the wind, you came and went
I cannot stop myself from this abysmal descent.



You whispered harshly, an abrupt good-bye.
It was inevitable that you had to die.



You said you loved me but I always knew,
that when the time came, you would leave on a cue.

Image courtesy of:  http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sweet_Nothings_by_Godward.jpg

6 comments:

  1. Better to have loved, then to never loved at all...sad! Are you okay?
    xXx

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  2. Yes, I am fine. thanks for asking. I know this poem was a little disturbing, that was not the intent.

    I am no longer in an unhealthy relationship. This was a reflection upon my first marriage. Second marriage is going well and strong.

    Take care,
    Chary

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  3. So interesting, isn't it... I loved this when I first saw it, but I'd known you a long time since then, so it never crossed my mind it was autobiographical (if past history). Are all those spicy ones autobiographical too?! *fans self*

    Anyway, I am so glad you have a fabulous sweet baboo this time around.

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  4. Very, very nice. (And cheaper than therapy). :)

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  5. Hart,

    Most of them yes are autobiographical especially Tango Rouge/ Rhythm. *blushes*

    Anita,

    Yes, this is much cheaper than therapy and a lot more rewarding! Thanks. :D

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