Sonnet - Poem by Jane Tomlin
My desperate love for you was so strong
But it is hopeless we have grown apart
I now know that the love we had was wrong
You are no longer deep inside my heart.
I've never known a love-rat such as you
I despise you, you are weak and helpless
Oh Hell, what mustI do, what must I do
Our love has become one gigantic mess.
We no longer have a thing between us
Love twisted my heart, put me in the dark
Love is a cold-hearted feeling of lust
My life with you has left a deep, blind mark.
Goodbye's the saddest word I know,
Pack your bags, get out of my life and just GO!
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