Final Good Bye's - Poem by James Davis
but I'm not living a life that's worth living. I keep sinning because my heart is spinning and I have to start over from the begening.
I wish you were the one that was sad
but for it to end this way i'm glad. You are happy you are full of joy
this is all I can ask for.
You are no longer my wife
you are slowly slipping out my life.
My mind body and soul doesn't have the will to fight.
I can't believe you were trifiling cheating lying and fake crying.
While I was dedicated to trying you were senseless
I never knew you to be so heartless
but what I knew was a false pretense.
Love made me blind
but I thought it was you beautiful shine.
But all along I was your part-time.
I was there for full-time
but you showed me I was wasting my time.
You told me I was pitiful before I was all you were in too.
This is my hearts words portrayed through my brain
you lied cheated and played a good game. Good bye
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