Treasure Island

Shelby Lanier

(October 23,1993 / Raliegh, North Carolina)

A Love that was Broken


My heart is broken
Cause’ I’ve lost you once again,
I’ve let you slip away
Without my heart left to mend.

I miss you so much
And I think of you all the time,
With every breath that I have
I wish that you would be mine.

I don’t know what to do
And this pain never seems to end,
You’re in love with someone else
Before I could speak to you again!

Was your love really there?
Or was I just for the side?
I hate that you didn’t feel the same,
And your love I could ever find

I lay awake at night
Wondering where i went wrong,
How did I push you away?
Or did we really belong?

Submitted: Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Edited: Friday, August 21, 2009

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