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Nima Tharchen

Rookie (19/1/1989 / Bhutan)

Retribution


Had I tried wearing a little make up
Would that have stopped our break up?
Had I not missed your last concert
And ignored how you always flirt
Had I not sent you those texts when I was hurt
Had I worn skirts and skinny jeans like them
Had I paid more attention to your talks on bikes and Eminem
Would our relationship be a one of a kind gem
Had I been on time for our last date
Could I rub out this current Hate?
Would we have never been in this state

But guess what, I am glad I am over this phase
We broke up because I did not let you get to the second base
I am glad I got to see the real you
I am so happy that I did not give in easy in your needy hour
I am glad I did not let you deflower
I have suffered and you will too
With the change of season I will move on
Like you have gone

Six months, I get home late
Finally able to move on, home late from my fist date
I check my phone I have message
20 messages and an apology on my FB page
My ex wants to get back to together
Just because I have make up on
And dress in skirts and skinny jeans like the others
I will finish him slowly
This is my EX at my mercy

Submitted: Friday, July 13, 2012
Edited: Friday, July 13, 2012

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