I watched as you walked away, quickly from my car

I pushed on the gas, and grabbed my steering wheel

And gazed into the mirror, to burn my final glimpse

To sear your image forever into my forlorn mind


Your farewell kiss was so perfunctory, and cold

And eyes that once adored, now empty of all bliss

So many words that failed to pass my lips

But, it wouldn’t have mattered much anyway


Because you were done with me by then

Grown tired of us, of what we had been

You didn’t have any courage, or the nerve

So you just walked away, without a single word