The Fight - Poem by Jack Anderson
Once again I push aside this stain
Of fallen tears - we've fought again!
Will I ever find peach with my love. You chase me away
And I return to hurt and be hurt again,
We don't have much time! Now you must go.
Will you ever return?
Will I ever see you again? I remember the loving embrace
When we said goodbye
And your questioning eyes asking the same old What have I done?
What have you done?
Why did we fight? I don't remember.
Only the memory of painful tears
Tells me that we fought again.
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