Love is Lonely

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I can’t believe you did that, you forgot? Well, sit back.
I’m about to explain all the pain you’ve caused,
without a doubt you never looked back,
you didn’t even notice me fall.
I looked to you for guidance,
you always sought to bring hurt,
I can’t believe I loved you,
at this point you’re just like dirt.
You’re dirty and dark, for robbing my heart.
You’re a snake in the grass,
I’m just ready to cut it,
when my friends mention you,
I feel so disgusted.
I don’t remember your look,
but it’s burned in my head,
I remember the nights,
we burned in my bed.
The lust you showed was just a phase,
it’s like you were never there,
always stoned, high, or blazed.
You did your own things,
and I did mine as well,
my love was too strong,
why couldn’t you tell.
I was always the nicest and I’d always bring gifts,
the most you would do was say “Come here, give me kiss”.
If I dared to say “No”,
you’d strike me so hard,
I would lay there and feel dead,
the whole damn nine yards.
But now I’m proud,
to walk in a crowd and honestly say:
I feel bad for your ways.
The path that you took,
was utterly unacceptable,
your screams would top buildings,
it would reach different decibels.
I’d be scared to come home,
especially being alone,
for I never knew,
when exactly you’d come through.
You had me insecure,
and you liked me that way,
but I’m telling you, honey,
and Im sorry to say:
You’re shit out of luck because you won’t see me anymore.
I, now, feel relieved because Im free to walk out the door.