kendyll brown

Rookie (06.07.1993 / california, USA)

i understand you've been hurt Poem by kendyll brown


i understand that you've been hurt in the past
and this is my promise to you
that i will never be like your last

but instead your first an only
that you were with that didnt leave you
cold an lonely......

first one that you were with that had no intntions of hurting you
or doing you wrong
thought you had forgotten how to love, it had been so long

well im here to change to change all of that
an bring the love an joy back

to a boy broken hearted
to finish what they started

to show him what love is really all about
so he can have something to to smile an laugh about

when i first met you i knew you were looking
for a fresh start
looking here for someone to stay
who wont run off an leave you broken hearted

well im here to love you unconditionally
right here by your side
an thats where ill be here right by your side
always.. i love you... i promise

Submitted: Saturday, May 29, 2010

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