Treasure Island

Shazza Rixx

(15.8.94 / Taree)

Lovers Lost


There were two people
From worlds so different
But when they came together
Everything was perfect
He had his faults
And so did she
But when they were together
They were happy
But then came a rivalry
It was her mother
He broke the girls heart
Her mum said there would be others
So she moved on and dated
But it wasn't the same
She missed him so much
She wondered if he felt the same
But she never found out
She killed herself before asking
When he found out
He kneeled on the ground crying
Why did her mother
Have to interfere?
It would have been fine
She'd still be here
He wrote a note
And sat it on the bed
This is what it says
This is what it read:
I loved her so much
Why did you take her away?
We were right for each other
I hope you regret it this day
It's all your fault
And you must admit it
We should still be together
But you had to have a fit
We will be together soon
In heaven up above
You can't get us up there
We can then share our love
That's what the note said
He killed himself that night
When his mother found him
She got a big fright
The lovers were burried
Side-by-side three days after
Now they'll be together
Happily ever after

Submitted: Saturday, March 28, 2009
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