ndeethe motekase

(29 april 1994 / lesotho)

feeling sad


you left with no goodbye
not a single word i'd say
no final kiss
it is to no avail to let u see how i feel
have you completely erased me from your memory
it often feels i've done a sin on u
i weep at night and endures by the day
you always on my mind
how sad it is you that honesty is in your heart rather you do not show it
in church i cry to afar with questions he cannot answer
pertrified i face the truth
vivid
vivascious it is truelly a ballad in my heart..i will
i will get over it.

Submitted: Saturday, July 14, 2012
Edited: Saturday, July 14, 2012

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its abwt an ex i stil love fighting to get hm bek, , to no avail he is over me.

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