Michael McParland


You tell me to find another.
The tone of your words say you're uncertain.
The look you give as you say this,
tells me of your vagueness.

I'm uncertain of why you do this.
When you know what there is between us.
Yet you choose the separation.
I curse this uncertain turn of loneliness.

Is it because you're scared of what's so blatant?
The love we feel. Is it far too real?
You tell a lie, and then deny.
What I feel you hide inside.

I should believe the words you said.
Then I look and just see dread.
That your heart will never mend.
If we were and it ends.

I'm so uncertain of this truth.
When will reality break on through?
I hope you realize there's no better.
You're the sweetest woman since my mother.
I've seen them all, I've had a few.
All I really want is you.

It's so uncertain.
I may never know.
If you love me just tell me so.

Submitted: Monday, September 15, 2014

Topic(s): heartbreak

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