Treasure Island

Zandi Wardle

(South Africa)

Tear me apart


Oh tear me apart and keep torturing me
Make me sad and see me unhappy
Let me regret loving a fool
With your deeds... let me stay, Let others keep asking why I dwell?
Strip me apart and I will not leave, it has all become normal to me
Oh yes squeeze out every little joy from my heart and watch me suffer
This chapter began when I met you,
It has turned into the same old film that no one wants to see
So go ahead...
Indulge in this pleasure of placing me like unlatching puzzled pieces
My heart won't mend
Broken, torn and ruined, I, ve become
oh but just hope,
Hope for your sake... that this monster you, ve created;
Doesnt come haunting you! ! !

Submitted: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, December 05, 2013

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