I'Ve Had My Share Of Lovers

Poem By Lauren Prue

I’ve had my share of lovers
And those that have loved me
While my times with them
Are golden
It is always bittersweet
A man can say he loves me
I must surely be the one
But summer turns to autumn
And there goes all the fun
While he can be my hero
He’s not the one to trust;
He’s crafted in the art
Of breaking me apart

In these times when I seek comfort
True lovers will come out
Those who understand me better
Than I understand myself
We drink coffee at the corner shop
And joke
About how he was always bad in bed
And laugh about love’s end
No one in the world can break
The bond between a woman
And her friend

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