Stronger - Poem by Andrew Carson
I sit and ponder
If feelings were to turn
And her heart begain to yearn
For my touch
Would I relight the torch?
And surrender to her warmth
Would I forget my cold depression and her word’s harsh devastation?
Would I give her reprieval without restitution and not seek retribution?
When her loyalties’ weren’t there and she didn’t seem to care?
I wonder does she realize the difference in our virtues?
That when she broke me heart and soul
I still help her with her grief
But where was she to give me relief?
The more I think,
The more I realize I’m the stronger
And should not dwell on her any longer
To toss my longings for her to the winds asunder
It was her that made the blunder
I AM the stronger
I will rise beyond her
Fore I’m the stronger
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