William F Glennon
Affection - Poem by William F Glennon
It might have been things I've missed.
Not showing enough affection, like a kiss.
Am I just blind or just unkind.
Loving another who wouldn't give me reasons.
I lost all the passion. Denial was my treason.
The feelings could not hide the introspection.
People want love because of past rejection.
Do we learn from our mistakes in frustration?
Does the connections between couples
become a matter of convenience.
Convincing myself you were the resolve.
In truth, you were a causality of a previous love.
History I could not dissolve.
I can't re-invent myself.
Your trust in me broken.
Our friendship seems forgotten.
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