I gave you the sun

You said it was too hot

I withdrew and took it back

You froze and accused

I wanted to hear you speak

But you kept mum

I burned inside

Then I spoke,

You said, I was too loud

I kept mum, you complained

And protested,

And made noise,

And then accused

Then you went away

Leaving me in the cold

Shivering the loneliness away

I shouted, and screamed

My voice echoed past you

The stranger heard

The stranger came

We merried my sorrows to end

You turned your back and left.