Donielle Smith

Rookie (12/21/70 / New Orleans)

Secrets In A Marriage


Secrets causes one to mistrust
The love doesn't feel the same anymore
Instead of feeling happy
You feel lonely and sore

All you do is argue and fight
It last through the morning
And carries into the night
The smile has disappeared off my face

When I think about this marriage
I feel nothing but disgrace
In hopes that things would change
I stay looking to God's grace

Instead of looking for space
The love feels empty inside
Sometimes when I think about this marriage
I want to go away somewhere and hide

I don't know where our love will go
But deep inside my heart
I'm wishing that it would last
Hoping that the hurt
Could be left in the past

Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2009

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