Take That

“A woman wearing a gray and red hoodie and a beanie cap staring through a wintery forest” by Izzy Gerosa on Unsplash

When she was cold, 
I offered warmth. 
She wore my hoodie like it’d always been her’s, 
with no intentions of returning it. 
That didn’t bother me then,
she looked damned good in it,
and I had her; 
she kept me warm.

She never said bye, 
taking all I had to give. 
She never looked back, 
leaving nothing behind. 
It bothers me now,
nothing to hold on to, 
nothing to keep me warm; 
she left me cold.

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