Jennifer Rondeau

Rookie (03/16/90 / Seoul)

Take My Heart

Take my heart,
Tear it apart,
Make me cry,
Like you always do,
You make feel miserable,
I can speak for myself,
Yet you tent to speak over me,
You say we will be together forever,
But that didn't last long,
My cut my self up,
Inflect my wounds on you,
Take my heart,
Tear it apart,
while you at it,
Burry my soul to the ground,
And burry my corps with it,
You took away everything I had,
Made the girl I hated to become,
Just let me be,
Go away,
Tear things apart,
Thats what you good at,
Please Take my heart away so far that I will cry myself to sleep tonight.

Submitted: Thursday, September 28, 2006
Edited: Saturday, September 25, 2010

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  • Rookie - 33 Points Poet Dragon (9/28/2006 4:30:00 PM)

    Why plan the twists of love's fair game
    or hold the field in battle's pain,
    except to, at the end of day,
    pick up your dead and walk away? (Report) Reply

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