Stephanie West

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House For Two, Heartache For One

You tried for months to get me back
Bullets flying, was under attack
You kept clouding my mind with memories and sorrow
Not knowing how I will feel or what I'll do tomorrow
I gave away all my chances and you were left
But you stole my heart, nothing less than theft

The romance, the candle light with the guy I loved
A few weeks of that and yet again I was shoved
No attention no care no thought in your head
Just plans with others and seeing them instead
I'm so lonely and I need you here
To wipe my tears and arrange my fears

This wan't the plan, why are we like this?
Where is all the thngs you promised, happyness, bliss?
I've been hurt in the past, too many times than I like to say
But even though the heartache you make me want to stay
So here I'll sit, my heart dying for you
Let's just hope in heaven, they have a house for two

Submitted: Monday, March 19, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 20, 2012
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  • Rookie - 3 Points Jessie Jett (3/19/2012 8:45:00 PM)

    Been reading through some of your poems and they are pretty good. I like this one. :) good writing. (Report) Reply

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