Betrayal - Poem by Elizabeth Turner
You have betray me and left me alone,
Never again shall I fall into your zone.
Your zone of love and friendship,
the love that turned my heart to dip.
The soft thin dip that you have chewed,
thats right, this is all a metaphor stating that I was used.
You played with my heart and messed with mind,
I thought our lifelines were intended to intertwine.
You have cussed me out and blocked me from you,
But I need you no longer, I don't have time for teenagers that act as if they are two.
I love someone else and I've left you behind,
I'm sick of you fooling around with thy mind.
So farewell to you with the best of luck,
by the way the thought that I had a crush on you makes me want to upchuck.
I thought you were my friend but you treat me as foe,
the tears I have cried could've caused me to choke.
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