Angie Estrada

(May 30,1995 / Phoenix)

I Am Confused


I am confused
I do not know where we stand
I did not understand your views
A good explanation from you I demand

I am confused
My heart is now bruised
You left me out of nowhere
I feel like what you did was unfair

I am confused
... I am confused
Now you said that all you needed was time
And you want me to be yours and to be mine

I don't know what to do
I am literally confused
I hope I can find a solution
Before this turns into an even bigger confusion.

Submitted: Monday, November 05, 2012

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