Breach of Promise

All you left me was alone

You came into my drab life unannounced.  I didn’t seek you.  I had become resigned to being out in the cold.  Suddenly you were there and life was bright, mellow sunshine.

You seduced me by degrees.

I thought that you were here to stay; that you would never leave me. 

This morning I awoke and you were gone.  You left like a thief in the night, stealing my hope.

I trudged to work through a world of gray; sleeting, chilling snow turning to slush as it hit the puddles that are all you left behind.

Spring, you done me wrong.

My slushy puddle of pain...

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21 Responses to Breach of Promise

  1. Jane says:

    I am so relieved! For a minute, I thought your cat died.

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  2. bigsheepcommunications says:

    Have you been listening to country music?

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  3. So Buddy Rich -yes, the legendary jazz drummer – is being rushed into hospital.
    The nurse says: ‘Are you allergic to anything?’
    Rich mutters: ‘Yes – country music. . . ‘

    Harsh but a good gag nevertheless.

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  4. John Hunsinger says:

    I can feel your pain.

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  5. “Papa was a rollin’ stone, wherever he laid his hat was his home, and when he died, all he left us was alone.” ~The Temptations. Motown, not country. =)

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  6. Becky says:

    Get rid of your puddles of pain. I say go ahead and break out into your songfluenza humming mode of sunshine tunes.

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  8. Calla says:

    am terrible, i actually thought it was a person, *sigh*, and this is not in disappointment either, coz then i moved on to music, country definitely, i thought of the Carpenters…clearly i need to read more of your blogs! i just begun with the last published!

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