*A totally fictional poem everyone, things in my life are great*
What a wonderful play that must have been Deceit and lust, oh what luscious sin To watch her eyes for the slightest change Just to see if she carts you to the firing range Yet once again you'll get away free Evidence in front of her face she'll fail to see Blinded by this pseudo-noun she calls love Blackened angel thrown down from above Not even worthy for her to tread upon I pray just once I get to see your day dawn Snake in the grass with a devil's smile Never could say no to the vixens' wile I should know, I too bear your scar In that show, you were the star Knowing every word to say, memorizing every line Oh I longed to rip out your heart along with mine Open your eyes girl, why can't you see Little do you know, the other woman was me.
"If you love something, let it go. If it comes back to you it's yours forever. If it doesn't then it was never meant to be."
Such an intense poem which could only be from a female pen, no male could write this. I sense a tug of war over a male that very probably is not worth the effort, let alone the shared love of two women.