ESPN CHICK

(07-18-1989 / Arkansas)

Heartbroken


Why did you leave me here all
alone, leaving me in the dark? I
thought this was suppose to be
the way you wanted it to be. I
thought you loved me. You left
me hanging on a broken wire.
You left my heart broken into.
How could you have done
something like this? You tore my
heart into and left me in the cold lonely world.
What happened to all the good
times we shared together. I
thought you loved me and cared
about me. Instead you broke my
heart into, and left me out into
this cold lonely world all alone. I
hope your happy now. We had it all.
I'm so heartbroken by this. Don't
you care?
I guess not. we had good times
together I guess I was not good
enough for you.
After everything I have done for
you, you give me this in return.

Submitted: Friday, November 30, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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