You cast a deep, wide shadow upon my heart
With treacherous words, false and cruel.
To be so apathetic about those you hurt, an art.
Untouched by death, a merciless fool.
And I, mad to have ever loved thee,
For poisonous daggers hast thou embedded in my soul
When you fled, you yanked away a golden key
Leaving in place of my heart dark, simpering coal.
With thee scampered away my self-esteem,
Most fair and gentle identity torn
When away from me was snatched a pleasant dream
And from it, most vile hatred born.
And for this, I do decree
Thy most repentant misery.