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Apology for a Lover

Apology for a Lover

A Poem by Mason Rayburn

I'm sorry that I wasn't there
That I dumped you without a care
My heart is calloused against all love
A curse it seems from God above

In a loveless darkness I will fall
As my heart begins to abruptly stall
I can feel I'm dying slowly inside
My life goes in and out with the tide

I see a graveyard full of stones
With names of loves I've already known
Seeing the names I am reminded
Of how by their love they were blinded

They refused to see and thus could not know
The kind of fortune I would bestow
Now they lie in their graves
My only wish their souls to save

© 2013 Mason Rayburn

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Added on April 20, 2013
Last Updated on April 20, 2013
Tags: love, curse, god, callous, dump, hate, relationship, women, dark, fall, heart, grave, yard, refuse, fortune, wish