Treasure Island

NENGOVHELA MURENDENI

(08-01-199 / LIMPOPO (VENDA\THOHOYANDOU/MARAXWE))

SO, SHE DUMPED ME


I used to believe in her
She used to trust in me
She loved me and care for me
But now I know all was empty lies.

I was happy, the day I saw her
Coming running to me
We huged each other, and kissed
A thousand of my kisses, to her I gave.

Her sweetness I enjoyed
She felt me, we make love.
I promised, She promised
To DEATH, FOREVER IT WILL BE.

TODAY, I smile a childish smile
When I saw her, SHE GAVE ME AN ACID-SMILE

I've been litted into a rubbish bin
Now i'm dancing in the ashes with no one else around.

What happened I dont know
BUT SO, SHE DUMPED ME
For an unkown reason.

Submitted: Friday, June 12, 2009
Edited: Thursday, August 06, 2009

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