Friday, April 16, 2021

How I Lost My Lover by Liz O’Shea

 She glanced your way, you were in her thrall

You gave your life, your soul, your all

She drained your blood, stretched your veins

Ground your spirit and mulched your brains

She gave you agony, pain and strife

And still you took her for your wife

When she slunk onto your bed

She left you dying but undead

You live to be her devoted slave

She lives to see you more depraved

You love and hate her like no other

This is how I lost my lover.

Now you walk all entwined

Looking for solace, you will find

No help, no love, no peace within

For you and your lady……Heroin.

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