Yuji, the baseball player, with bat and glove,
The fifteen year old boy, who adorned me in love.
Yuji, school life just isn’t the same,
With you in Kyushu playing the game.
Yuji, I wonder, how are you today?
In the south of Japan, so far away.
Yuji, six months, since you left my life,
Are you cheeky as ever, causing all kinds of strife?
Yuji, I’m left, incomplete and in pain,
Without you here, to drive me insane.
Yuji, to me, you played a large part,
The only J-boy, to capture my heart.
Yuji, the others, they try to be you,
Kazuki, Ryuji and the senseis too.
Yuji, the others, they fail to be,
Your replacement, they aren’t, it’s plain to see.
Yuji, these days, no love comes my way,
No smile, no message, no sweet words you say.
Yuji, have you moved on, and left me for dead?
Those advances you made, just words you said?
Yuji, since you seem to have cast me aside,
Is there another, along for the ride?
Yuji, who is it now, you give your love to?
Some teen, a groupie…or worse, tell me true!
Yuji, what English are you learning these days?
On who are you honing your lover boy ways?
Yuji, be honest, tell me, who’s your ALT now?
Have you replaced me with some other foreign cow?!
Yuji, why bother, she’s no me, I’ll bet,
Not rolling her eyes, nor playing hard to get.
Yuji, she won’t be a challenge for you,
You need the chase, you know you do!
Yuji, forget her, this other ALT,
Get on a shink and come back to me!
Yuji, our history, please don’t forget,
Don’t let this end, in a poem of regret.
Yuji, I’m sorry, I treated you so bad.
No, that’s not true, I’m actually glad.
Yuji, you loved it, no need for lies here,
So please just come back, so we can be near.
Yuji, you’re gone, but I want you back,
My days at Omiya-chu, your love they lack.
Yuji, I miss those games we played,
Oh how I wish, you could have stayed.
Yuji, I wait for your return to me,
While you’re off playing baseball, a star to be.
Yuji, when you’re a man (and baseball pro),
Look me up in Australia, I’ll be ready to go…