Marcquiese Burrell

Rookie - 164 Points (2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Jealous Poem by Marcquiese Burrell

prepped this Los Angeles home
Sitting at this table alone
hmm, where are you at?
poured the last ounce from the bottle in this cup
tonight's a celebration
I ain't one for waiting
impatient now, I've lost it
the emotions intensified, got angry

if you wanted me, if you needed me
if you loved me, why would you hurt me

I didn't have a clue what you'd put me through
when you had told me, 'i ain't trying to hurt you'
what a waste of a good outfit
watch what happens after this

you were just a player
and I was your conquest
I played right into your hands
but you going to learn a lesson
bust the front window out your car
get rid of the childhood sweetheart
or I'll do it all by myself
once it's over, it'll be worth it
thinking about my ex
I had repressed it
See I was the bestest before the fool got axed
All because I was jealous

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 04, 2014
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