Sherice Malcolm

Rookie (03-01-1993 / North Middlesex Hospital)

O' What A Curse


Each Teardropp That I Cry
Each Sigh That I Make
Each Breath That I Take
Is Not Worth This Fate

To Fall For Someone Is A Blessing Alone
But To Fall For One Who Will Never Love You
Is A Curse Unknown

Not Even My Worst Enemy
I Would Wish This Fate
Not Even The Devil
Could Handle This Heartbreak

Desperation And Hope
Heartbroken And Alone
Love And Rejection
Will I Ever Be An Exception?


I Love Him My Friends
I Really Do
But O' What A Curse
For Him To Never Say
I Love You Too

Submitted: Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, December 28, 2011

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  • Rookie Serenity Prayer (1/27/2010 2:46:00 PM)

    great job expressing your emotions. its always hard to love someone who doesnt love you back. a heartache that hurts more than words can express. luckily it'll be ok. someday you probably wont even be able to remember his face. his name, yes, but probably not his face. great job though. just keep your head up high and remember youre not alone in your pain. keep up the good work. (Report) Reply

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