Bye Bye :)

It doesn’t take a frying pan
to hit me on the head
I get how you feel
I heard what you said
It’s not that I’m dense
and my ears work just fine
I had hoped you were different
and not just a swine
I’ll get by, though
Life won’t stop for me
I know I’m special
even though you won’t see
You didn’t know
a good thing
when you had it
Well, that’s fine
it’s time for us to split
So have a good life
C’est la vie
If you change your mind
don’t come lookin’ for me!

© 2013 LScott

I thought I’d have a little fun,
reminiscing on past “loves” worth forgetting.

Can any of you relate?
I hope I’m not alone!

42 thoughts on “Bye Bye :)

    1. I’m glad this made you laugh, Julie, and sorry you can relate, but now we’re all together in one big happy group! Thanks so much for your kind complement, my friend! This one was fun! 🙂 xoxoxo

  1. I can relate – met her at last year’s school reunion. I didn’t know it then – but last year, I was so glad she had dumped me. Watching how life had embittered her – can’t help feeling a little sorry for her.

    What a happy man I am now 🙂

    1. Thanks, Chatty Owl, the frying pan came to mind and I knew I had to do something with it, comical, that is! 🙂 And swine, well, it worked, too! Thanks so much for your comment and I’m glad I’m not alone! It’s great to be part of a big happy group! 🙂

      1. Absolutely! It made me smile and i thought “how right is this?!”
        Well, im always happy to stumble across your playground here, so im looking forward to your new pieces and new adventures for us to dwell our eyes in 🙂

    1. Well, I need to listen to that song again, because I’m drawing a blank! I will, though, because I can’t wait to hear the similarities! I’m sure you’re not alone, either! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

      1. It’s not a song, but a movie 😉 ‘Tangled’ from Disney… The main character (Rapunzel) has the tendency to hit strangers on the head with a frying pan (including Flynn, the other main character)… So that’s why the first lines reminded me of it ^^

      2. Oh my gosh, okay, sorry! I knew it was a movie, but I thought you were talking about the “movie song.” I haven’t seen it, yet. I know my daughter did and loved it. Now i get it! Thanks for clarifying and have a great weekend! 🙂

      3. Haha, no problem… I wasn’t entirely clear either… 😉 It’s indeed an amazing movie! You should really see it some time… Have a great weekend as well! 😀

  2. This is brilliant Lauren! And oh howI relate!

    I had a relationship when I was 15-18 years old and thought that was it. We both said it was for ever, when suddenly he dumped me!! He broke my heart in so many places I don’t think I was over it for years even though Id met who is my husband now. Well, last year (40years on) he got in touch with me via Friends Reunited online (I was in touch with a few old school friends and he found me) to say sorry, and it was the biggest mistake he had ever made!!! – Erm…sorry! Too late!

    I wrote a poem about it; I think its in my book, called First Love..

    ❤HBL XXX

    1. Thanks, Chris, and I can’t believe he said “sorry” after all these years? Swine? Hehe Oh well, it’s good that some things or people are in the past, isn’t it? I’ll look the poem up, too! I’m glad you liked this silly and sarcastic write! Many hugs! xoxo

    1. Thanks so much, Wendell, and yes, I guess a “wrong” is just one of the stepping stones to true love! I remember a few and am so glad they’re in the past! Sending hugs and blessings to you and your family! xx

    1. I reread your poem and liked it even more than the first time. I love your different perspective and at least, those relationships are where they belong, allowing us to move on and to hopefully,find happiness! Thanks for stopping by and commenting, Steve!

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