Better Than Goodbye

I know you needed me for something bigger… way bigger than tats, boobs and roots and –
I let you down…
but your angels and mine told me that was meant to be…
Because I have a job, I was always going to be gone,
And they know me…
They know how hard I hold onto your love…
and that hasn’t changed at all, not in all of our lifetimes…
not one.

Our laughter is still insurmountable,
and I never needed French champagne, I never needed fancy deals.
I was so content to only lay beside you and just feel you there,
Because I loved feeling our souls connecting.  Again.
I was relishing our love, forever years old.
I only needed to look in your eyes… to see…
us.

So, they’ve made my people show me why I saw you
for only these five minutes of light…before the blackness swallowed its heart.
And they tell me I have to do some things, and they lived up to their promise
And now I have to live up to mine.
Your angels are telling you the same…
Please don’t fight them so hard,
Play the way you need, go howl at the moon, but don’t forget,
if you ignore them too long, they play harder…

I’m not abandoning you, I love you…
I keep my promises and you know that’s true.
And when it’s time, I know we will have us again,
We will be free of darkness, the lessons and duty.
We will be free to be wrapped in each other
unfettered to fly through forever,
again.

RL

Goodbye Poem tryptic

We can burn that bridge when the morning comes…

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2 Responses to Better Than Goodbye

  1. Paul says:

    Interesting Robyn. Thank you.

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    • *smiling* A reminiscing kind of day (month?). Just an ode to an old and doomed love, Paul. He had an illness that took him to a place where I could never have gone. Sometimes the only answer is to let go.

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