June FeirCruz


*closure* - Poem by June FeirCruz

I have reconciled the thought that our paths will never cross again
All the pain from a lifetime ago I thought would have dissipated
I turned my life upside down to be with you
I trusted you, and you let me down.

Like a bullet with my name on it, you are back in my life
And though my first impulse is to loathe you, I couldn't turn my back
I want to take one last look at you, to see what you have become
If the sacrifice we both have made cleared your path to see the dawn.

As for me, I have no complaints
The trappings of wealth, I now possess
A beautiful home in a leafy enclave is where I live
But I will always wonder 'What If'?

So, now that you have spoken to me and heard my voice
I hope that the closure you long for is now resolved
No matter how and what you feel
Understand, I made a choice I have to adhere to, till the end


Comments about *closure* by June FeirCruz

  • (6/14/2010 2:23:00 AM)


    People who have closure are lucky. Some of us will never have that for reasons beyond our control. This was written with a lot of feeling and emotions. The image of a man standing there looking at you with sparkled eyes, and the image of the house in the leafy enclave are very vivid. A 10+++++ and thank you for sharing sis.

    Love & hugs,
    Barbara
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 1, 2010



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