You Can'T Forgive Me - Poem by Blue Moonlight
Hair that's messed up by the wind that touches all,
I see you right there, standing so tall.
Your back turned against me, I patiently wait.
This isn't fair. Am I someone you hate?
I call your name. It seems you can't hear.
You walk away. My heart is filled with fear.
What did I do? What didn't I do?
Will you end up leaving me, too?
There's the painful sound of something breaking.
Something inside me is beating and aching.
I close my eyes and force myself to dream.
But I always seem to wake up with a scream.
Your eyes, I can no longer see.
You're the only one who once saw me.
Aversion and a love that's found and broken,
This is the end of the words you've spoken.
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