Goodbye And Yet Forever Yours - Poem by Ceri Fields
It hurt and still hurts,
the pain of knowing that you threw me away.
Away into the wind, like a bothersome speck of dust.
So how sweet it was to know,
that you came to realize your mistake,
when you got on hands and knees to look for what you had so carelessly thrust away.
And maybe it is the spite in me,
that allowed me to dawn a mask to mask the feelings I still had,
to turn you round and say no and never again.
I'm sorry, love, but it had to be,
for we, who were so happy,
would never be that happy again.
And now knowing that my mask isn't needed,
that I've moved on and grown older,
you surely won't be pleased.
I can only wish your pain will come to pass as mine so blessedly has,
and that you too can learn to be happy,
standing on your own, without another half.
With hope I know that we can come to common terms
and learn to love one another again,
differently, but love nonetheless.
Goodbye and yet forever yours.
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