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Simon Quperlier

Rookie - 21 Points (27/03/1994 / Mombasa Kenya)

Ungrateful Girl


My spine is broken from the burden of your
ungrateful heart, I have shrugged shoulders to
the girls who can walk into the kitchen, just to
nod my head to the girl who waits to be served
on the dining table, I have swam beyond seas just
to drown in your heart, I have betrayed my
credibility towards the streets I was raised just to
follow the path that leads to your happiness, I
have chased all of my dogs at the gate so you can
visit anytime, you remember when I found you
drunk in careless hands at the club? Then I
embraced all the shame and welcomed you in my
hands, I no longer see the essence of visiting
mama every weekend, cause I've always
dedicated my time to you, I have lapsed the
doctrines of upholding holiness just to sin for you,
now all these broken promises, overflowing tears
and unpromising future, you have caused all this
because you are ungrateful, and before this
coffee hits the surface of my cup, ill make sure
this love chokes you and see if you are worth it.

Submitted: Monday, November 04, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 04, 2013
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