The Final Solution (2)

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A woman finds her husband is cheating on her, and decides to put a stop to it.

Submitted: December 08, 2007

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Submitted: December 08, 2007



So you though I wouldn't notice? Ha, the truth was everywhere.

The way you never met my eyes, and yet you'd always seem to stare.

It was like you were daydreaming, in a world with me not there.

Fine, i'll look the other way, pretend not to care.

But its hard to ignore a problem, when it's staring in the face.

Out once beloved home, is now just a place.

There is not more love, of this i know i'm sure.

It's like I'm always sick, but cannot find a cure.

But maybe I have, I saw it once, on my home from work.

You said that you'd be late, I knew where you were you jerk.

But since there's no place here, for me to lay my head.

And there's no room in your heart, you wish that I was dead.

If that's your final wish, then true to it I will keep.

And from this bridge I jump, drowning in the deep.

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