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jesica reeder

(1991 / missouri)

sorry honey


sorry i didnt mention that i slept wit him
sorry i couldnt show you that i loved you the other day
sorry i couldnt tell you how much i loved you, i was too high
sorry i didnt mentioned that im stoned, passed out out back
sorry i couldnt say sorry when i tripped you
sorry i couldnt mention that youre with her
sorry baby i cant be with you but hell, i love you
sorry but i love you
sorry but i care for you
sorry that i cared too much
are you happy now wit her.?
sorry im so sorry

dust, this aint true i am not cheating on you

thanks paul the lion for the idea! ! !

Submitted: Monday, May 01, 2006
Edited: Wednesday, May 03, 2006

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  • Vanessa Deroma (5/1/2006 1:04:00 PM)

    good good good.....i like the little disclaimer at the end hah :) ....i have to do the same with my boyfriend :) .....

    poem wise.....

    AWESOME! !

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