John Thorkild Ellison
Goodbye (A Vicious Valentine) - Poem by John Thorkild Ellison
I'd rather forget you and bury the past,
Of many goodbyes this is the last,
I wanted your love, I was down on my knees,
Cringing and whining and begging you please,
You could have responded, could have saved my life
But instead you just sneered and twisted the knife.
Call me a coward. a loser, a fool,
I just think your behaviour incredibly cruel,
So I'm turning away, finding somebody new,
Someone who'll treat me much better than you,
Someone who'll love me and not just pretend,
A companion for life, a REALLY TRUE FRIEND! !
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