Bye, Cruel Love - Poem by Josiah Falade
We had sunlight in the night,
Now I see full moon at dawn.
We had the fun of a life time,
Now all joy is gone.
You didn't tell me I was just an appetizer,
Should have told me I wasn't the real meal.
Maybe I'd have guarded my heart harder,
Maybe I wouldn't be standing on this bridge.
The river below me looks so calm
As peaceful as her face when she sleeps.
Love could be that thief that stole my heart,
But I'd be the assassin to take mine life!
This isn't poetry,
Its the last thing I wrote before I jumped
...and its the last thing i wrote before going to hell
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