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Lovely Kayla Bear

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A Once Fruitful Life


Her life was so fruitful in till she meet him
He turned her world upside down
She feel so deep for him in just a week
They were happy till he cheated
When they broke it off she lost it
Her fruitful life went down the drain
She turned to drugs to ease the pain
The pain was just numbed but, didn't go away
Will it ever go away she wondered
He tried to come back into her life
To save her from herself
He was to late this time
She was gone and dead now

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2012

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