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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 31, 2017

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Submitted: July 31, 2017




I have closed that door.

I am not faking the smile anymore.

I do not wish you well.

I do not care what you do or who you see.

Please spare me the details.

I want my serenity back.

The hours of frustration and the words wasted in trying to make you comprehend.

The money I spent in helping you – I want it back!

What happens to you matters little to me.

What happens to them is no longer my problem- never really was.

What positions you acquire and smiles you fake do not impress me.

I will not watch over her.

I will not wait for you.

I will not applaud your mediocre performances.

Do not come near me – I will bite!

Like an animal; I need to be alone to heal.

You owe me that!

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