He opened his heart until the hinges had broken.
But, you were too busy to hear the words spoken.
You just lay on your back with no thought for the queen.
The darkest Delilah the world’s ever seen.
It wasn’t always so bleak was it?
Can you remember the time that you both giggled?
Laughing so hard that arms and legs wiggled.
Then, stomachs aching, you stopped for a breath
Fearing that your amusement would put you to death.
Yet there was always a bitter apple in the fruit bowl.
Wintertime came and with it your demise.
Neither surprised that your mouth spewed out lies.
You just couldn’t let the truth in your life,
As you stood right behind him, sharpening your knife.
Lessons were learned.