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Was I A Fool For Loving Her?
For you, a thousand times over.
I would have done anything,
Climbed the tallest mountains,
Crossed over treacherous seas,
Anything that would have allowed me to hold you in my arms.
Oh, how I loved thee,
More than I have loved any other.
Together, we were a still of love and happiness.
Together we rose, and together we fell.
Maybe I was a fool for falling for you so deeply,
I lost myself in you,
I was so immersed in your love and passion; I had started to forget myself.
Only now that we are apart have I begun to see that we’re better off this way.
Two separate sides of different equations,
Our relationship was doomed from the beginning.
Maybe I was a fool for loving you,
But I don’t regret having your chest pressed against mine, or the taste of your lips.
I don’t regret the conversations we had late at night, while I waited for you to fall asleep.
I saw you, a mansion with a grand swimming pool and even our wedding day.
Call me a fool for getting enthralled by the words you had to say,
But I was one happy fool.
The song that summed up our relationship.
© 2017 Aristotle Wilson