Treasure Island

Hebert Logerie


Signs for Adieu

You do not kiss me
My love, you're killing me
I can hardly see
The glow of your smile
Now it's a pre-war stare, where things are vile
Everything that is bad becomes worse
Everything that is very well
Becomes very ill
It's easy to see the links, the hearse
You do not go to the festival
With me anymore, you always
Bring some bad vibes, some evil ways
You have destroyed my life, my peace
To you, I am now a beast
And I am very unhappy
Be frank and square with me
I can no longer take it, this is too heavy
Tell me, if you want to say goodbye
You already plunged slowly
The malicious sword in my heart
I cannot tell a lie
You have destroyed a great part
Of my life and my happiness
I'm waiting for your final words
This is agonizing, I am totally distressed
I want to die right there on the sidewalks.

Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2014
Edited: Monday, August 25, 2014

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