I watch her vehicle elope into a dark night,
Can not believe I have won her heart,
Never thought women enjoy simple things,
Just directing her to a parking bay—
And we are in love?
Being a coward that I am,
Have been afraid to ask a woman out,
Fearing reprisals from their irate men.
Oh she smells so fine,
Makes roses and flowers seem fake.
I barely take my eyes off her.
My painful past memories flooded my brain,
I remembered eating my target’s birthday cakes,
We were young back then.
Bought a car and started ignoring me.