At Least I've Set You Free - Poem by cebolenkosi kubheka
As you cry yourself to sleep
At least finally you know
As you rest your head
up on your pillow
At least now you can dream
As you lay down bitter and broken
At least I've set you free
As you curse me
As you cry desperately to God
pleading with him
to punish me,
As you lock yourself inside your room
As I get absorbed by guilt.
At least finally I can rest easy
Knowing that finally you will be happy,
I was never yours, neither you were mine.
Practice, pretence made it seem legit.
But, my conscience won't let me lie tonight,
I had to release you
I couldn't be held responsible
for ruining your future
At least I've Set You Free
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