A Hundred Years

A Hundred Years

A Poem by Marie Harrison

A poem about mistakes.

A Hundred Years
A Hundred Years
is the song that
I thought of when
I thought of us.
Tears would
 collect in my eyes
when I heard
it play on the radio.
I always thought that would be
our song to play in the chapel,
on our wedding day.
How thankful I
am that it never was.
Now I can see that I would
have been settling for less.
You weren't the best for
me at all, not even close.
So many people
 have told me
that I could
 do much better.
But I loved you,
to me you were the best.
You were all that I needed
and all that I wanted.
Now, I thank the stars
above that you left me.
What a blessing
 that day was!
I don't regret
our years together,
but that's all
you'll get from me.
Not one second more
will be
spent with
For I've got a lot
of living to do now,
working all of
the time for you, 
was not good
for me
and my life.
Laughing at me out of spite,
for being stupid for working
for you all those years,
wasn't right.
The tables will
probably turn someday,
you might find yourself
 exactly where I was.
I hope she laughs at
 you too when it happens,
just for the
way you
treated me.

© 2010 Marie Harrison

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Excellently executed!keep writing!

Posted 8 Years Ago

So beautiful makes me want to go to sleep and just sleep wake up in 100 years I know that's not what this is about, and no one deserves this not even people who are murders! I like this though the heart is just one more way to get hurt. I say good rid-dins!

Posted 9 Years Ago

Nicely said.

Posted 9 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Funny how when it's over the rose colored glasses
come off and we see the truth.

Posted 9 Years Ago

1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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4 Reviews
Added on August 21, 2010
Last Updated on September 1, 2010
Tags: Loss, Lessons Learned, Regrets, Relationships


Marie Harrison
Marie Harrison

Atlanta, GA

Momma told me to get out and enjoy life, so now I'm going to dance. more..


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