You stole my happiness tonight,
and I'll sit and feel this pain for you:
for the loss of your soft touch and rough fingers,
your cruel jokes with romantic undertones,
For any of the things that once meant everything,
that made my eyes glossy and words sinister,
intentions pure but actions manipulative.
Your kisses, so sweet, but your teeth so sharp,
And your nails leaving dents on my back,
Touch leaving bruises on my neck and ribs.
Fierce passion, the electricity between us.
You held me for hours, night after night.
Looking into your grey eyes, with the lies and emptiness.
Looking into my green eyes so filled with expectations.
Falling into you was so incredibly easy,
and realizing this pain must stop is such a difficult feat.
You kissed me, and thought of her.
I laid in your arms, falling asleep to the sound of your breathing.
I laid in your embrace, you stayed awake plagued by what you'd do
If given the chance, which you were, that you took.
So selfish, I would have let you do what you wanted to me.
Impossible, don't apologize for making me fall for you.
You don't get to apologize for the mess you've made of my heart.
You cried on my shoulders as I forgave you, stone-faced and empty.
For the last time.
You made love to me that night, but I didn't call you "baby,"
You didn't slowly kiss me from my neck to my naval.
Why didn't you?
Just for tonight, my happiness is gone.
But tomorrow, I'm reclaiming it.
Falling into you was so natural, no doubts or questions.
Realizing this pain must end, was such a difficult feat.
Not once will I cry over you.
You're broken. I will never be.