I remember being at the park waiting for you. I had my leather jacket on, a book on my right hand and tea on the other. You were the lights on a christmas tree. You were the confetti on a cake. You were Bonnie and I was Clyde. But you disappeared. Sooner than seafoam, And I was blue, bluer than the ocean.
I wrote this poem days ago, but I was really busy at work and home. So here it is, pure inspiration through heartbreak and free verse, because they rhyme very well.