george albot


Its good to talk


The bi- h must be back "obviously"
Must be at last a week since I've heard that word
And I don't want to talk to you so there!
And, while we are on you need to get your windows cleaned
Or have you put weight on?
Or could it have been (MY OLD F- A—duck) wiggle woggle
Sorry waving though the window

But now that you have asked the question was it that easy
To walk away the answer is no, it feel just like ALL the other times
Empty and hollow.
You told me that you didn't want to talk there! ! and the last thing
That I wanted, was for you to be upset and going home
The word I have Obviously said to you in the past and present
I do mean
I have never wanted to cause you pain, only though laughing.

I would like to talk to you
as long as i can hold you in my arms first?

My arms will always be there for you
If, and when you need them
XXX
I will come to see you on Monday, at
About two if that's ok if not, text me
Your lover always "obviously"
XXX
love you i don't want it to be over

Submitted: Saturday, February 23, 2013

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