Ace Of Black Hearts
Making Them Run.
So I don't meet your standards, you don't say?
Please give a little more detail, I promise you I won't easily offend.
I'm still trying understand the madness of young woman who says she has a boyfriend anyways after contacting me wanting to be just a friend?
Maybe that was my intention, so how did I do?
How rude and egotistical did I seem?
When did you make this decision?
Don't hold back after all you prefer twitter(Deletes Your Account When Asked To) and facebook(Continuously Violates Your Rights) anyways.
What did you think of this place was?
A place for literature or a steaming pot of pheromones?
Am I writing poems, because I think it will attract some great woman?
Come on use your head seriously.
This is not a dating site.
That didn't even enter my mind, till I ran into people like you.
Who thought you could bait and hook men from across the world.
Come to find out we are not so easily baited or infatuated.
It required more work then you were use too.
And now you just give up so easily.
Just when I thought game was getting fun.
I want you to hold this white flag when you run.
Let others know we won.
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