Now it's over, and now it's done;
     Why does everything look the same?
Just as bright, the unheeding sun,—
     Can't it see that the parting came?
People hurry and work and swear
     Laugh and grumble and die and wed,
Ponder what they will eat and wear,—
     Don't they know that our love is dead?

Just as busy, the crowded street;
     Cars and wagons go rolling on
Children chuckle, and lovers meet,—
     Don't they know that our love is gone?
No one pauses to pay a tear;
     None walks slow, for the love that's through,—
I might mention, my recent dear,
     I've reverted to normal, too.