Denial - Poem by Daniel Murphy
I went one day to see and hear.
Came back, closed eyes, with only fear.
Explain you come and reasons why.
I slammed door, say goodbye.
Keys ignition, engine start.
Sped up highway like a dart.
Tears in eyes, pain and hurt.
You're forgotten, tears have gone.
Engagement ring now in pawn.
Only a scar and memory a burden.
Our relationship will never furthen.
Finding you with someone else.
What a shock, deep hurt I felt.
Now a new life, joy I feel.
Your pictures I rip and tear and peel.
May be forgotten, but will never forgive.
It's you that's forgotten, so I can live.
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