Cloak and Dagger

I.

You came back to me,
second chances are one thing,
but expecting me to bend completely to your expectations was a distorted fantasy.
I couldn’t give a pound of flesh for a vulnerability, so you did what you did originally –

Left me.

II.

You didn’t leave with courage,
you left a coward,
after peace was a ruse, and love was a mask,
you left as most do,
the one that has the last goodbye,
but not through words,
through cloak and dagger,

“I just loved you, now you don’t matter”.

I do.

Emily Ā©

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. percolatingpoetry says:

    At the end of the day, you are all that ever mattered. I love how you wrote this in two movements.

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    1. Thanks, Alex. šŸ˜¢

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      1. percolatingpoetry says:

        You are welcome, Emily šŸ™‚

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