I Fell - Poem by Sam Hughff
I thought I knew you so well,
your eye caught mine,
something sparked; caught fire,
of course you were my one desire.
But then you went astray,
not caring that I looked your way;
for this other woman-she is so easy,
and so for you I fell.
You made me think that it was alright;
never said a word.
Of this woman who everyone knows,
And so for you I fell.
Led along by a rope,
almost as if a lame animal.
Meeting your every need,
still just a dumb animal.
And so for you I fell.....hard.
The stone wall that I took down;
now must be rebuilt;
along with a moat and drawbridge.
To hide this guilt,
cry these tears,
scorch the earth I touch.
I fell for you once,
never again will we be.
To touch the way we touched before,
I don't want you anymore.
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