God really out did himself this time.
Destroying my life when its at its prime.
What crime did i do to deserve this fine?
To him I must be lower than swine.
She wants to replace me with him.
Pain throbs in my head and in my limbs.
I loved her more than myself.
Now i wish she would just kill herself.
God has out done himself now.
Taunted by her loving vow,
And memeories of her kiss.
Can't I live my life in bliss?
She has finally replaced me.
and to her replaced ill always be.
I hate her, her and their pair!
If i have to ill kill her 'Pooh Bear'!
God has out done himself as of late.
What did i do to deserve his hate?
Nothing left for me to do but cut.
Screaming in pain with my mouth shut.
I can not manage to replace her.
I can still see her faint blurr.
I'll always love my enemy.
Until she is back with me.
She is as beautiful as a disa,
My one and only love.... Alyssa
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