Is the world just you and I
Sitting together, side by side
Sitting for an endless time
Is the world just you and I?
Is the world just you and me
Wondering what our future will be
Thinking together, in harmony
Is the world just you and me?
Is the word just us together
Two of a kind, birds of a feather
I hope we are united forever
Is the world just us together?
No, the world can’t be just our small pair
We’re not dedicated, we have nothing rare
You left me hurt, I thought you cared
Broken, stripped, you left me bare
To wallow, and think how unfair
‘Twas when you wrecked me, ruined me, left me much worse for wear
I’m afraid now, lost, lost and scared
But I’ll never forget what we did back there
All we once had, disappeared into thin air
I had nothing, then you came, and I couldn’t help but stare
You were perfect, beautiful, without a tear
We bonded fast, our stories we shared
I thought we were forever, but au contraire
You ditched me, you left, and glared
At me, on the floor, using all my prayers
For you to come back, because I was ensnared
But you got on that train, you paid your fare
And then you were gone.
And you still are.
It still hurts, you know.
But of course, you wouldn’t.
Sammy The Otter
The Otter Says— I was writing, and poems came up and then that did. I suppose this here is a disclaimer because I’ve never been in a real relationship with anyone, so I guess this is just what I would imagine it to be? It could be better, but oh well. I am an amateur, after all.