Mocked at the center of the world stage.
A pain I couldn’t fathom…
Like a wretched female abandoned in ruins,
my nakedness they mocked…
for even the fine pieces of velvet on my skin,
couldn’t hide my shame.
Sneers and jeers from Doreen, Jennifer,
Mariah, robin in unison made me dizzy…
Fading choruses of shame, guilt
and fate almost made me deaf…
I must have lost my sight for awhile as
he traded kisses with a female creature
that should have been me.
Once upon a time, we rocked
the masquerade on Valentine’s day.
Flowers and chocolates, we shared
Dined on the loft, red wine and dinner.
He showed me the world in beautiful colors,
and I lay at his feet.
He became my own, and I his
For a while, at least I thought…
Now, these grays are the price
of betrayal and humiliation.
Without a thing to lose,
This pain I must shed
Without him, I’m nothing.
Without his love, I’ve lost everything.
Fate has mocked me…
The lines of battle were drawn and I was foolish…
I should have noticed, Veronica`s smirk face
I should have listened to Diana’s suspicion
I should Have taken the gossip at the
beauty shop seriously as Claire shamelessly talked
Or the texts on his phone from his sister, Marianna
Wait, the female he often visited over
the weekends claiming that she had cancer.
At the orchestra, he played a fine piece
and everyone applauded with delight.
The show is over now, the curtains have been drawn
and now I make my final exit.
It’s the close of midnight and I’m at the edge
To one final glance at a life of turmoil
Streaks of pain and regret…
I caress the pain of St Valentine
for a loss he commiserates with.
To the next step.
Hush, one foot down…
But I must…
If I can’t have him,
I can’t live.
don’t stop me!
Let me fall.