I Think Not - Poem by Randy McClave
Would any other person
Do for you what I have done
Taking you for a wife,
In a battle that was easily won.
While behind my own back
With a sharp knife you did stab
Then while I was asleep
My wallet and soul you did grab.
To the questions to that truth
The answers I have sought,
Would any other man allow what I did
I honestly, think not.
As you being truthful to just one man
You think of that with just a laugh,
As you would rather take that easy road
Than a much harder trodden path.
As you're use to using and abusing
That is your only true game,
To get what you need and what you wanted
And then have someone else to blame
Would any other man have kept you
After the many times that you have been caught,
As you know the answer to that question
So I will say it again, I think not!
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