Burning to the Last

It’s a pity,
you see.
That,
in the end,
after all was angrily said
and grudgingly done
that all that was left
wasn’t even us;
just me
and whatever half-truth
m e m o r i e s
you left me with.

Yet,
somehow,
you will fail to mention
your own shortcomings
when my name once again
graces your lips.

A pity.

~lt

7 thoughts on “Burning to the Last

  1. LT, I’m pretty sure we were in love with the same girl ahaha. Literally writing out my thoughts and pain in your words. Great portraying of the struggles of love and how it lingers with half-true memories seen through rose-tinted glasses.

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