I said good-bye to you tonight
What else could I do?
They found the body
Buried her right
—And I walked out on you.
Rosy and blooming, her heart full of joy
A loving girl she’d been
Until the night that she gave birth
And they took away her boy
—And I lost faith in men.
In hurt and anger the turmoil raged
She set out to destroy
That which took what had been hers
The switch was made, the hearts engaged
—All I wanted was my boy.
Weighted down by years of rot
Too twisted to break free
The skeletons of our souls entwined
Through the pain the mind forgot
—That broken heart was me.
© 11 March 2006 Suzanne McClendon
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