One question is raised.
The answers are two.
The choice you will make
Depends solely on you!
Should I remain bitter,
And reminisce the past?
Or strive to be better,
‘Cause pain will not last?
The bitter is best at the role she portrays
You won’t see a mark of sadness on her face
Denies she’s still hurting,
To death she will swear
Insists fast recovery,
Heartaches she will bear
Do you think I should curse him for wasting my time?
For the grief that I suffer, damn cold lonely nights
Do you think I should slap his handsome poker face?
Or give a round of applause that he had me replaced
Do you think I should see him and blow a fatal kiss?
Resound all the lies in his head and whispered “What a beast!”
Do you think it would matter if I get even in time?
Force him to believe that he has done a crime!
Wouldn’t it be too tiring to impose remorse on someone?
Blame the roses for the thorns
While your values are deformed
I suggest you think it over
As a friend or as a lover
What you feel is not forever
In due time, you will get better!
The better learns to accept things
And embraces whatever life brings
She sails and dances in the rain
She doesn’t find someone to blame
She may be wounded but not shattered
She remains whole though clothes are tattered
She will not take it as a defeat
She is a dauntless woman,
She’s no one to beat!
There are THREE THINGS that she desires:
To forget her bitter soulful cries
To love herself more and start life anew
To dream and paint the sky blue
She wishes nothing but the best
She wants to save all her regrets
To the man she cared about
After all, the world is round!