Merry and Marry

Merry and Marry

You didn’t wear perfume
But you had a scent I knew

No one was as alive
As I was by your side

A visage cast anew
Some thing I thought I knew

You showed me an open door
Knowing I craved so much more

Then you gave me a key
So that you could show me

The throne I was destined to
The future I was running to

You dressed so nicely
Was polite and also feisty

You wanted more than I shared
I didn’t know I didn’t emit care

Here lies our future dead and buried
To marry you I was too wary

When you asked I should’ve said yes
I threw that away, along with the rest

Published by Jake Thomas Shaw

Concerned with memory, currency, and destiny, I strive to capture each one as they happen. Join me and consume reality! Radio Reality. City!

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