Sammy


Sammy sat alone that day

With all the curtains closed

She tried to figure out some things

The problems life now posed

 

It was clear he had abandoned her

His sights on someone new

Though she could not come to terms

To realise it’s through

 

She raced through all the arguments

The good times too passed by

Her mind was so oblivious

As time began to fly

 

By midnight she had formed a plan

To end this all right now

Then pay him back for all he’d said

To her a solemn vow

 

She wrote a simple letter

Saying how could this be true

You’re the one person within my life

I thought I truly knew

 

Then placed it by her bedside

Consumed the pills as one

Before the morning light appeared

Poor Sammy was long gone




Comments:
 
Elton4562   Elton4562 wrote
on 8/20/2010 9:51:26 PM
Hey, Good job with the poem. I've known of instances like this. It's too bad Sammy didn't stop to think that there are lots of other men out there. He did her wrong, but she paid the price. Too bad. Elton

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