Solitaire - Poem by Jayson C
We were partners like tables and chairs
I was holding on while you were having affairs
I needed you! Like plants and the air
Still you call me selfish, you think that it's fair?
Can you say you love me, I know you can't refuse a dare
On our anniversary, did you even see that I'm there?
I thought you said that we're a pair?
But now your presence is rare
I gave my best to you, I swear
For you am I just really a spare?
An object that you're not even aware
Remove me from this delusion and snare
This is too much for me bare
Now we're standing in a room, gloomy and square
What happened to us? is this far from repair?
Should I hold on? would this enhance or impair.
Our love is solitaire
There's no winner to declare
We're stuck in despair
I'm crying like hell while all you can do is stare
I'm freaking dying inside but you don't even care
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