William F Glennon
Infatuation - Poem by William F Glennon
I was so open hearted, and you were so weak.
I was honest and you were meek.
It seemed like an eternity I've had these feelings.
Now I am over you and started the healing.
I picked up the shattered pieces of my heart.
The pain you brought onto me tore it apart.
Not knowing how to say you're sorry.
Your selfishness and pride blinded you to
the world around you. Now I'm alone
and on my own.
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