'I love you'
It started with 'I love you, '
he would always say it to me,
and I would say it back,
I was so happy!
We would start with a hug,
then we'd kiss and make-out,
and I was sure he loved me,
I had no doubts.
A week after we had sex,
he decided to leave,
not knowing what those words he had said,
meant to me.
Now when I walk past,
he won't look at me,
not even knowing,
I'm carring his baby.
I fell in love,
and he broke my heart,
so I will no longer agree that I love someone,
right from the start.
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