Lisa Anderson

X Advice I Fell Over His Sob Story Lies. X - Poem by Lisa Anderson

Advice I fell over his sob story lies.

I am fourteen I started dating me boyfriend three months ago
He wasn’t my radar until me and him sat next to each other
In out maths class he made me feel so sorry for him
He said he is a orphan, he is being brought up by foster parents
And these so called foster patents treated him terrible
Ever since we started going out h has made me feel
Like I am the one and only person who cares for him
He also made me promise that I wouldn’t tell anyone
So he didn’t get bullied for not having parents
I made him take me home that same night
All I knew was that I didn’t know what to expect
He showed me to his “foster parents”
Who then told me that they are his real parents
But I don’t want to brake up with him because I still love him

Copyright © ®2009, By Lisa Anderson

Comments about X Advice I Fell Over His Sob Story Lies. X by Lisa Anderson

  • (5/19/2009 9:34:00 AM)

    Yeaah wen in love it feels like that.....well expressed indeed..see yu soon

    love shan

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  • (12/31/2008 9:59:00 AM)

    wow....thats horrible that he lied to you like that, especially over something like that. im pretty sure that if i was you id smack him across the face for lying. lol. but thats just me. lol. i am truely sorry that he lied to you though, i know how bad it hurts when someone you love lies to your face. i am truely sorry he did that. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 28, 2008

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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