Michelle Gabriella Vergottini

Rookie (26/01/90 / South Africa)

Till Death Do Us Part - Poem by Michelle Gabriella Vergottini

To see you hurt
To see you cry
Made me weak
I wanted to die

You were my love
My one true friend
Forever is a long time
But I’ll never see you again

This is my choice
My turn to use my voice
I wish you words hadn’t hurt me
Hadn’t made me turn away

Now that it’s real
You know how I feel
You stole my freedom
Ripped away my choice

Goodbye my lover
Goodbye my friend
This is my freedom
This is our end

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, December 27, 2011


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