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Teasia Ruffin


If you only knew


Things sometime upset me, and you dont notice
I want nothing more than for you to be happy
I come for you, and then you black out
Im sorry I dont always notice the obvious
Just always remind yourself your not one person anymore
Neither one of us are
I just dont like to be alone
But tonight I am, and I hate it
But its whatever make you happy
You come first in my life
Your all that matters

Submitted: Sunday, December 16, 2012

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