Sean Jones

Denver Colorado
Tuesday, May 29, 2007


You let my heart sing full of joy,
I let defenses dropp like the wall of Troy,
Your voice was as a warm summers breeze,
Making me fall down onto my knees,
Your face was as an angel,
Faking to be so fragile and pale,
You acted like my dove so fresh and so clean,
But as I turned my back you became ferocious and mean,
My life becomes as whimpering pleas,
Just wishing, no no, begging you please!
Let me rebuild, I mean you no harm,
But when I hold out my hands you bite off my arm,
But I will let you know I was not born on a farm,
You used me, you cheated me,
You laughed and you’ve beaten me,
But soon you will see oh yes, you will see,
I am in no need to become part of your family,
Just let me live with what I have left,
And you will be allowed to go on with your theft,
Sean Jones

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