Divorced From Alcohol - Poem by Cynthia BuhainBaello
Divorced from Alcohol -
Didn't pay alimony
Just regained my soul
And now I'm feeling free.
It was really amicable
There were no last regrets,
She said I will be able
In time, learn to forget.
Her scent though, still lingers
And dries my throat with thirst,
But I swore to be sober
And my life always comes first.
Yes, I have left Alcohol
And have no need to return,
My being is now whole
It's only in dreams I yearn.: -)
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