Treasure Island

raven mohammed

(5/11/1995 / trinidad)

Abstience


I am sorry
For loving myself
I am sorry
For the respect I have for myself
I am sorry
For keeping myself till marriage

But you don’t love me and you don’t respect
So why must i give body away to you
So you can break my heart after you get what you want from me
I will admit that was sold by your charm
But your charm don’t worth anything like my body

My body is mine
Just as your body is yours
So what ever you choose to do with your body that’s your problem
But I know in the life to come you will always remember me

So let’s not do something we’ll regret
Instead let’s respect our bodies
And wait till marriage
So at time there will be no regret
And there will lots of love

Submitted: Monday, May 17, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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