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Life's Love Letter

By Davon4Real All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Chapter 1

To Whom It May Concern,

Please excuse me for my recent attack

This pain I feel won't be held back

Trying so hard so to forgive and forget 

Gamblings not my game, I still end up losing the bet

Alot has been said but no actions have been taken

Never the victim, always the suspect but you have me sadly mistaken

With you always to the very end, as much as you let me down, Im gonna always be your closest friend

P.S. I LOVE YOU!! Believe me when I say "I still care". So whenever you decide to come back home, I'll make sure someone is there.

Love Always,

LIFE

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