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heart broken


You wind up breaking my heart and i don't know why
I can't trust anyone else because of you
I look up at the sky and hope this wish will never die
When you said you loved me, I always thought it was true

Because of you I never dated again
You brought me down and i will never forgive you for that
I try to start over but i don't know where to begin
You used to make me happy but now you made me sad

So I decided to quit and ive been happily single ever since.....

Submitted: Wednesday, November 02, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, December 07, 2011
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  • Rookie Rhiscx The Final Burden (3/16/2012 6:38:00 PM)

    Heartbreak leds to the inheritance of greater power. But everyone has the right to shut their doors after an event of submission. But when fate closes a door, kick the freaking door in. I see that you have that inner skill to relinquish emotions...this is a good thing for writing. (Report) Reply

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