Emma Jane Rae

Rookie - 33 Points (1988)

My Hearts a Sponge.

My hearts a sponge,
and it soaked up all your love,
maybe my sponge never,
let love out enough,
seeping out here and there,
you knew deep down,
how much i cared,
but i couldn't keep going,
you abused my sponge,
tearing it into peices,
with another lunge,
now my sponge,
is battered and bruised,
feeling regret,
for both trying to accuse,
my sponge is dry,
since your love soaked away,
we can't take back,
the hurtful things we say,
my heart is a sponge,
and this sponge is broken,
by words that have been spoken,
i hope one day,
you fix the peices of my sponge together,
and maybe we will,
live happily together forever,
i wonder if your hearts a sponge too?
because my sponge,
certainly misses you! ! !

Submitted: Saturday, April 18, 2009

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