Treasure Island

kendyll brown

(06.07.1993 / california, USA)

After that night


He said things would never change
that things would always be the same
he told me he loved me
he swore all this on our friendship

but after that night we had no friendship nor any love
after that night he said goodbye
after that night he said it never mattered
after that night he ignored me
after that night he left for good

it wasnt my fault
it wasnt me who made all the mistakes
it wasnt me who turned and walked away from him
cause i still love him, but he made the choice
to leave me standing all alone that night

he left me standing there full of saddness and shame
he left me believing all his lies
he left me to love him after thaat night

nothing was ever the same nor will it ever be
because after that night not a bit of that night could make it right
i lost my best friend and my first love after that night

Submitted: Tuesday, April 27, 2010

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