Marie: No Longer Mine - Poem by Benjamin Feliciano
I guess it's time for some reevaluation.
I've tried since last night to to feign that I'm complacent,
But I've found that I'm jealous, and I hate it.
I cannot allow myself to ruin her chance,
Though I once held her 'close in endless dance'.
We were alone in love, a love so fine.
But she is Marie, and Marie is no longer mine.
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