The Golden Rule Revisited by R. Gerry Fabian

At the corner
like bolt of fate,
you take a left turn
to walk out of my life
forever.
 
In order
to seal the coffin,
within a week,
you send a text
marked,    
“never again.”
 
The email -
your attempt at an obituary -
arrives shortly afterward.
I read all eleven pages.
 
Today
you call long distance
and inform me
you have to come
just once more
to finally get me
out of your dreams,
 
I wonder
what
she
will think of you?
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About the Poet:

R. Gerry Fabian is a retired English instructor.  He has been publishing poetry since 1972 in various poetry magazines. He is the editor of Raw Dog Press. He has published two books of his poems, Parallels and Coming Out Of The Atlantic. His novels, Memphis MasqueradeGetting Lucky (The Story) and Seventh Sense are available at all ebook publishers including Amazon, Apple Books and Barnes and Noble. He is currently working on his fourth novel, Ghost Girl, scheduled for publication in 2020.

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