Carrie Salazar (11 03 91 / Harrah\Oklahoma)
Being Let Down
You were supposed to be there,
You we supposed to take care of me,
You were supposed to make me feel safe.
I was supposed to count on you,
I was supposed to believe you,
I was supposed to have trust and faith in you.
Instead I you were never there,
You never took care of me,
You never made me feel like I was safe.
I always counted on you,
Then you failed me,
I always believe you,
But they were all lies,
I had trust and faith in you,
And you let me down..
I needed you,
But I don’t trust you,
So I don’t need you anymore,
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