'Till Death - Poem by NoName Unidentified
''Till death do us part' you day?
Well it's not enough to make me stay.
You did your part and broke my heart,
I guess our death is today.
So stay where you re, and watch from afar.
And look at me with my battle scars.
But I'll stay strong
so don't tag along.
'Cause I'll be fine
without you on my side.
Don't beg and plead,
and beg on your knees.
'Cause you've got her, and they've got me.
So let's end this battle with a truce,
so pack your bags and gets ta boot.
Now we're over, now we're through
now let me say, it was nice to know you.
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