The Merry Go Round - Poem by LaShawanda Ivey
Around and around we go tossing words around to eachother
Just like a merry go round, The hurtful words you are saying to me
Cut through my heartso deep like a razor blade.
You made a promise to me that we was forever
But with you say whatever.Whatever you go or stay.
My heart will have the price to pay.
Shouldn't or should I STAY
That's all I hear from your lying lips.
It's like my heart is bleeding and with a straw you're taking a sip
Just like this Merry go round we are talking in circle.
We are like this Merry go around.
All good things must come to an end.
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