My frosty heart!


My heart leaps,
With thoughts of loves lost,
My heart poor heart seeks,
But with time only frosts.
As Life graciously soars on,
Like a beautiful bald eagle at flight,
My heart sings a frosty new song,
Each and every lonely night.
I've learned two things in this old life,
Or at least in my own,
I shall never have a loving wife,
And I must live alone.
For I can not keep a lady happy,
Cause I know not how,
And I have not the savvy,
Especially, since I'm uglier than an old fat cow.
In the past, ladies have cheated on me,
So I must be terrible at love,
But now I've found peace,
From my Lord above.
So my heart is now frosty,
My being single, an art,
love is to costly,
And to remain single, is a-la-cart!

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