I Dreamt


  • Lost Love

    I Dreamt

    I dreamt I was kissing you again

    Where is all this coming from?

    I gave you up a long time ago

    Are you still talking about me?

    You know I’m married now

    I’m satisfied with her and her alone

    I don’t want to remember your taste

    Your body or your voice

    I’m glad I don’t remember your number

    I’m glad these memories of you are fading away

    I’m afraid at times of saying your name

    Because I don’t want to lust anymore

    Our business together is finished

    And I hope I haven’t left behind

    Vital information for you

    To get back in touch with me

    If God meant for us to be together

    I wouldn’t have said it was over

    It is

    So keep my name out of your mouth

    I love her and don’t you ask

    If I still love you

    You can’t not, will not

    Put me in a corner, I don’t love you now

    I love my wife, my soul mate is not you

    Not like you thought or said

    You have no place with me or in me


    So you can try and use voodoo, witchcraft

    Your manipulative techniques

    Your sexuality

    I’m not lonely or hurt anymore

    Yes, back then felt good

    It’s not good now

    It is repulsive and disgusting

    I yearn for her, not you

    And I’ll fight until the death of me

    Your motives

    We’ll never be one

    Why…we never was

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    When power leads man towards arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations. When power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. When power corrupts, poetry cleanses.

    John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) Thirty-fifth President of the USA

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