Treasure Island

Bonnie B Long

(Chicago)

Broken Marriage


My heart is broken you've seemed to have gone away
Even though you've always promised you'd stay
We've been together for ever so long
Now I know what to do I've got to be strong

Strong enought that I can walk away
Storng enough that to you I can say
Its time for goodbye I bid you adieu
With your cheating heart its all I can do

Deep inside I know there's somebody else
Our vows said true are now worth less
You've cheated before I know that's true
So leaving you behind is all I can do

I'll find me someone who will love me true
He'll show it in all that he will do
Wheter its loving or cleaning up the house
He'll show me in actions he's not a louse

No cheating heart shall he ever display
In words and deeds and all he shall say
In return I shall be loving until my dying day
Age shall not matter what else can I say

He and I will be together I'm telling you this
our life will be nothing but loving bliss
My future is bright and this is true
Do you want to know why, it will be without you.

Submitted: Monday, February 26, 2007
Edited: Sunday, January 23, 2011

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  • Geoff Warden (2/26/2007 10:06:00 PM)

    Emotionally Touching, the flow is as should be, this be a fine write and well versed
    with all emotional tact. Well Done. (Report) Reply

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