Abby Belmont

Rookie (9-26-93 / Austin, TX)

I Warned You for A Reason


A fair warning is what I gave
And now you get what you paid
You became fate's puppet
Believing all of her dumb shit

Your puppet master calls,
Knocks down all your walls
You don't fight you don't try
And now you lay alone and cry

I warned you so many times,
She had the writing between the lines
Caught you in a lie
And now she could care less if you die

I said stay away don't play her game
But did you forget the name?
She took you on a short ride
Then said GOOD BYE! !

Submitted: Thursday, February 23, 2012
Edited: Thursday, February 23, 2012

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