tark barraj


Forbidden Love


Our love is forbidden
No mater how much we loved each other
We could never be together
I said it before and I’ll say it again id die for you
And I’ve proven it and I was willing to go through
All the pain and misery of living without seeing you

My heart my soul burned inside
And every time id ask you
You said you were all right
You and me will always be
A memory engraved in me

Some times I wish we had never meet
Just so I wouldn’t remember all the shit you said
All about you not loving me
So I would just leave be
To leave you in a spark
Though I feel like you’ve forgotten that u own my heart

You used to say that it would never work
I was willing to go through it even though I knew it would hurt
Every time I remember you a part of me dies
Remember that it was with you were my heart truly lies
I remember those endless phone calls me we had
Whishing it had never ended that bad

And now that I’ve finally gotten over u
I’m still willing to go through what I went through
All just to be with you


I Love You T<\3T

Submitted: Saturday, January 26, 2008
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