Brittany Miles


I Wonder


I wonder why you left me
I wonder why you'd try
To rip my perfect world to shreds
And leave me here to cry

I wonder why you left me
In a world all cold and unsweet
I wonder why you didn't care
And didn't want to meet

I wonder why you left me
To face my battles alone
I wonder why I tried to love
The woman I had known

I wonder if you try to forget
The memories we have shared
I wonder if you even remember
That I had shown I cared

I wonder if you remember me
All belted up and blue
I wonder if you hide the past
Or realise it was true

But now I'm tired of wondering,
I accept that were apart,
But that even doesn't change the fact
That you have broke my heart

Submitted: Monday, May 21, 2012

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