William F Glennon
Separation - Poem by William F Glennon
The painful memories remain
the same. Ego and pride stood
in the way. I've walked the
wire every night and can't decide
who's wrong or right?
You can't hear the words you
want to hear. Say the words you fear.
Decision's come with pain.
Nobody wins when both
of us play this losing game.
You wish you could change it
or rearrange it. Time is all we
got. We never gave it a shot.
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