Sunday, 26 November 2017

I'm a fool

I'm a fool with such heartache
I have had it since she chucked me
Left now with a cargo of grief
As she chose him, don't you see?

It's not easy to forget her
But Spring blossoms they come what may
While the rain clouds still cry for me
To comfort one more gloomy day

Softening the earth around me
Giving a sweet smell of flowers
Already spurting from the ground
A promise for my lonely hours

The bright sun shines all about me
Just to complete the magic act
The office blonde just winked at me
No, I'm not kidding, it's a fact

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  1. It sounds like he is not 'letting the grass grow under his feet.' Mourning for the lost one is over....and interest in the 'office blonde' is reinvigorating his spirit. Ha.

  2. Love that bright sun and the 'fact' :)

  3. I giggled at the end. I'm glad he was able to find a way to get past his sadness.

  4. A good thing when you can look forward again...

  5. Off with the old, on with the new! This one made me smile.

  6. The ending made me smile...........I always enjoy your love stories.

  7. Ah so he is able to rebound easily....that is a healthy letting go.

  8. Great job on this - loved the little twist of humor at the end.

  9. The closing made me smile :D Beautifully done, Robin!

  10. I am so glad she winked! There is light at the end of the tunnel!
    Anna :o]

  11. Oh well, that’s a great way to re-start again, Robin

  12. I'd watch out for that wink, if I were you!

  13. The end was perfectly lovely. Things are never too gloomy, if we hold on to a bit of hope (or a wink).