Encountering Espresso - Poem by Paul Gomez
I thought I would love you
But I was wrong
I swore that once was enough
And you'd never touch my lips again.
But I gave you a second chance
again I was let down
It turned out I don't even like you.
You make my stomach toss and turn
You leave a bitter taste in my mouth as if I had just eaten a spoonful of rust.
You may be sophisticated and popular,
But you're not worth what I spent on you.
I so wanted you to be a part of my life,
But that will never be.
I thought you were special and only for me,
Turns out that you will give your self to anyone
And everyone for the right price.
I will never let you become a part of me again.
We will be running into each other from time to time,
Don't expect any hellos.
For you are as good as forgotten.
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