Treasure Island

Monica Rose


I Trusted You...


Sometimes I just wish I could close my eyes;
And to never open them.
I wish that I could reset time and fix all of my mistakes,
Searching for the right one to share my heart with.
I look to see where I went wrong...
When to say 'I love you' or when to say: I do.
I think of you by by night thinking of the joyful heart:
I once loved...
But something happened- Something went...wrong.
What happened to your joyful heart...mind...and soul..?
Why did you say you loved me:
When I knew all along...?
I gave you my whole entire heart for you to take care of...
But I must have got you all wrong from the start...
Guess you never loved me.
Never wanted me to forget that part...

Submitted: Friday, February 26, 2010
Edited: Sunday, March 28, 2010

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