If Things Could Be Different - Poem by Uriah Hamilton
In this unhappy existence,
I may have only met one woman
more beautiful than you.
she had a complete disinterest
I never considered this
a point of contention nor offense.
I thought of her more favorably
for lucid thought.
I spent years
of wasted love energy
in an unappealing marriage.
to never make the same mistake.
Some people are content
to spend their time
in the lonely tight shackles of another.
I merely accept
my loneliness for what it is.
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