Like A Mathematical Equation - Poem by June FeirCruz
I have all these doubts and fears
I have all these unanswered questions
I have all these angst, the psyche killing thoughts
When the answers have been in front of me all along.
All I had to do was to listen
And I didn't
For everything you have ever said to me
From the very first lie to your version of truth
You have stated: 'I have always had my life'
' What I see you like one day in a week? ? ? ? ? '
'Whilst I am with her the rest of the time,6 days a week'
What was I expecting, you to act like a monk?
Not a rocket science, just a mathematical equation
The law of probability
That she and I are both being played
By your guile and your charm.
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