To be an afterthought

To be an afterthought, an asterisk, where once the passions steamed;

tis worse than being hated or a psychopath so deemed.

Your pity for my small affairs hath wounded me so deep

I ne’er can start the salted seas which I by rights should weep.

Come again into my world, like weed once rooted out,

I am loath to see you anchored and begin to sprout

In my heart with fancy taken by sweet creeping chance —

Have I the fortitude to cut you out with spade or prying lance

"Everytime I think of you, it is like getting a hug from the inside out." -- Anonymous The dandelion is a perennial, herbaceous plant with long, lance-shaped leaves. They're so deeply toothed, they gave the plant its name in Old French: Dent-de-lion meaning lion's tooth.
“Everytime I think of you, it is like getting a hug from the inside out.” — Anonymous
The dandelion is a perennial, herbaceous plant with long, lance-shaped leaves. They’re so deeply toothed, they gave the plant its name in Old French: Dent-de-lion meaning lion’s tooth.