Robinson Jonathan Dare
The Bi-Faced Godess - Poem by Robinson Jonathan Dare
She was my loftiest dream, yet my darkest & lengthiest nightmare
She was the sole spring of joy, yet the dam of pains
She was my strength, yet my achiles' heel
I wished she never stopped talking, yet I rued she spoke
She was d treasure I wished I never lost, yet I wished I never longed for
I wished I could worship her for eternity, but then my half-decade worship was vanity
She was my best friend, yet my own worst enemy
She was d only godess I prayed never to vanish, yet I imagined shouldn't have existed but fate banished
But d coin was tossed into the air,
it spinned recklessly & said: 'nay'
Wishes decended from horses...
Nay, if I were to make such wishes again
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