Richard Allen Beevor
To Think - Poem by Richard Allen Beevor
To think I thought you are my friend,
to think I trusted you,
you think I sit here all alone,
but the demons see me through.
To think that I believed the lie
you said we are all one,
you think I'm living life so high
but you have all the fun.
To think I called you harmony,
believing you'd be there for me,
now you just displace my world,
destroyed as you turn and flee.
To think I tried to make you hope,
when your love was incomplete,
to think I helped you when you cried
but I guess help is a one-way street.
You think I was the one who left
but my heart stayed in the games,
you turn your head and look away
so you won't see my life in flames.
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