Saying Goodbye - Poem by Ray Anyasi
Thinking of you daily makes my head thump.
If splitting's right why does it make us blue?
Why does it cause my heart to fiercely pump.
My best guess is that you have no real clue.
Those night garden dates that make our hearts jump.
I miss them badly and I know you do.
At dark dawns and cold nights when couples hump.
Swear you don't feel the same way like I do.
It is madness but it's time to do it.
To stay strong let the days of us pass by.
Let the bee that stung me sting the new guy.
If he is human like me, he'll feel it.
Hundred words and fourteen lines shall say it.
It's from me to you saying goodbye.
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