Christine Davidson

Rookie (August 1967 / New Zealand)

No More - Poem by Christine Davidson

This is it
I can see
No more us
No more we
When did the lines blur
How can it be
No more us
No more we
This is it
The end of an institution
The clinical analysis
Of financial contribution
Cold calculation
Plain to see
No more us
No more we
Maybe the future we say
Will favour us some way
But freedom will blind us
Our relationship dies
I see it in your eyes
Each week new lies
I love you still
But in another life
So sorry
My love

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 3, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, March 6, 2011

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