You dazzled me so brilliantly

You dazzled me so brilliantly
I wanted us to be a symphony
In harmony and sublimity
Us in proximity
But our hut in the woods was rickety
You were too finicky
Your tastes too persnickety
You could search so surgically
To find ways to strip my dignity
You took away my liberty
You relished your delinquency
And stomped on my misery
And dissed my abilities
On grave matters you talked flippantly

We broke up, mercifully
I have escaped your tyranny. . .


Your toes, they were so wiggley


I miss you biggely