Lillian B. Rose
Leaving (1999) - Poem by Lillian B. Rose
White was the light of grace
Drawing me from this place
Your cruel words foolow me in spite
The pain they bring haunts my life
You were not kind
I loved you then
Though I miss you now
You helped me stand
You supported me when I was low
And scared me when I had to go
It wouldn't have worked between us two.
There was nothing more that we could do
Though I loved you, that was real
The love you desired wasn't true
In your heart, you knew what was right
Though you denied it in your life.
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