Treasure Island

george albot


Broken glass,


Is this the point where I will become aware that I can
Stay in your heart, but I am no longer in your life,
If so I will never stop loving you, but I think you
Are telling me to stop showing it?
Please don't lie to me, even if you don't think I'm
Worth the truth
One of the most heart breaking thing
To see is an empty window,
If it's over and you are leaving me you don't have
To give me any reason.
Just a text to say you're ok and bye bye, ,
Doesn't have the same feel as night, night!
XXX
Or am I just imagining it
,

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
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