Treasure Island

Philip Carter

(London)

No Longer Loves Me


She says she no longer loves me
Though I'm still in love with her
How did things change so much
With whom can I confer?
Her relatives don't talk to me
Her friends, they shun me too
I gave lots of love to her
What more could I do?
I know I am not handsome
But she did not seem to mind
Maybe she was using me
Or love just made her blind
Now she has just left me
For a better looking guy
And all I'm left with is memories
And nights of tears that I cry
You are the only one for me
There is no other in my heart
There is nothing left for me
Now that we are apart
The pills are standing ready
As is the knife to slash my wrists
A rope is there to hang myself
If I can get the knot to twist
By the time they find my body
My life would be at an end
Don't be a hypocrite my dear
And to my funeral, flowers send.

Submitted: Sunday, July 14, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 15, 2013

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