You And I - Poem by Kelley Collins
You thought you had me fooled all this time;
yet, you actually paid for your own little crime.
You tried to lock me up more with each passing day;
as, you made me feel as I had to pay.
Did you think you were that great at playing the game?
All you had was an imprisoned heart full of shame!
You tried to be clever; yet, you had no clue.
I paid attention to the careless, deceitful, real you!
Your eveil, drunkness was your way to run and hide
from your buried emotions deep down inside!
I loved you more than you ever knew;
yet, you killed my soul and made me blue!
Change your life before it's too late;
for, you will die full of bitterness and hate!
Your obsessions aren't good for anyone at all;
for, everyone loses and you take the fall!
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