All Alone - Poem by Randy McClave
I would rather be all alone
Like the moon in a starless night,
Than to ever be with a vengeful woman again
Who is also full of hatefulness and spite.
I would rather be that falling star
That God has expelled from the sky,
Than to ever be with an evil woman anymore
Just for wants, and a reason to satisfy.
I would rather be like the night
Where I am not seen, but rather heard,
Than to be with a soulless, bitter woman
Life is too short, but not absurd.
I would rather become ashes in an urn
Where alone I would sit out an eternity,
Than to ever again be hurt by a woman
I don't need those thoughts or memories or pity.
I would rather be an abandoned cloud
That is fading away to nothing,
Than to be unhappy with any woman
So, unto hopes I would not have to cling.
I would just rather be lonely
Than to ever go through that pain again,
That a woman commits with pleasure and assertiveness
I would rather live in loneliness, than in sin.
Randy L. McClave
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