May 26 2011

The love i felt

Published by at 1:19 am under Betrayal Poems

To me you were the best
You were my all
I would’ve never let you fall
But all that changed
When you went with her

I guess it was fate
Or just a mistake
But all I know is you lied
And I cant forgive and forget

You made me cry
You made me bleed
I was so shy but now im not
I’ll say what I think
And your gonna listen

I want you to know
The love I felt was true
And the tears I cried are gone
But memories cant be forgotten
Cuz ours were the best.

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2 Responses to “The love i felt”

  1. MissDemonXon 27 May 2011 at 11:12 am

    Courtney and shanes poem … for courtney xxx

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