You struck me down with your words from out of nowhere
Words that cut through like a knife
I trusted you with my very life
And you left me standing mouth wide open

You implemented me, tore me apart with your accusations
Stuck a noose around my neck and pulled
until I could no longer breathe
Not ending me, but stopping so you could once again

Your comments pierced my heart like dipuc’s arrow
Instead of love it was viscous and hateful
Love was what I thought you had
But lies, exaggeration and extortion it became

Your assault left me frozen in fear
Like little Tumnus’ after the war
You enslaved me until I named you
I searched until I found the word… “Betrayal”

©2017 MARK BLAIR GLUNT – USE ONLY BY PERMISSION.  Please repost, but don’t plagiarize.
Give credit where credit is due, always.
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