Dawson’s Creek

Our connection made me feel attached,

To so much negative energy,

& For so long I refused to unlatch.

Before I knew it, things began to hatch,

& My pretty soon the world as I knew it, was completely scratched.

I understand now that your presence served a higher purpose.

It was to teach me just how much I was truly worth it.

So naive but so beautifully perfect.

Through lies & deceit, I learned so many lessons,

& out of the kindness of my heart, I continued to assist w/ my energetic blessing.

Then one day it came to life,That’s when I knew that I should’ve left it,

& Just that I did, you stayed in denial,

I wouldn’t have guessed it. Played on the fact that I was unaware,

Malicious is your actions, you didn’t care,

Embarrassed in my role,

At the time it wasn’t fair,

But through it all I’ve gained so much,

So I just want to make that clear. But thanks to you,

I learned how to grow through pain,

No longer feeling ashamed for my naive behavior;

I wasn’t being lame.

You had me crippled to the core,

Salted my wounds, you continued to pour,

I prayed for the day I moved beyond the shore,

To release our karmic connection,I was beyond sure.

That I would never ignore my intuition,

When it said run the first time, I should’ve listened,

I stopped asking & granted myself permission,

To change my entire life, all in one decision.

I hope now you get all you deserve,

Clearly from our attachment, you failed to learn,

Even through the beautiful blessing,

You still haven’t heard,

But actions speak louder & now it’s my turn.

Asking Beloved to make things fair,

To bring balance in this because you refuse to share,

Still being mediocre providing your share,

& At this point, I’ve learned not to care.

I do my part,

I over succeed,

Your mediocrity I do not need,

Selfish you are, so full of greed,

You should be afraid of what’s under my sleeve.

I declare this as an invitation,

To allow the Universe to assist in our situation,

Through years of bullshht,

I’ve been so patient,

But I can feel justice coming, so I don’t mind waiting.

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