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Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

A Storm to Come


I should have realized a little while back
Time revealed a truth, your new friend
And now i'm a little shook and stolen
All the while my heart had frozened
I should have realized that cold look in your eyes
You've made it clear It was over now, this is goodbye
I'd soon become heartbroken
Shattered into pieces now I'm left wide open
Darling you've made a big mistake
It will take time for you to find that out
Why would you make one wrong turn?
Slowly you'll crash and burn
If I didn't know better
I would say that you are mine
I am with you almost all the time
I think you could have done better
You got yourself something less
With me you could have had more, I'm nothing like the rest
I know you'll never forget because you'll later regret
Time will reveal a dark storm to come in your future

Submitted: Wednesday, September 17, 2008
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