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By J. F. David All Rights Reserved ©

Other / Poetry

Chapter 1

Be it night or dawn, I could count on you
I was nervous but you said I’m not bothering you
You answered me whenever you had the time
And I was happy to have a friend this nice

I told you my deepest thoughts
My fears, my happiness, my naught
You listened and you laughed
But you said you’d be my backup

You knew I’m naïve and you used it
You play the role of the victim
But you’re truly evil

You can blame me all you want
But saying that I was a burden is not fair at all

Be it morning or afternoon, I’m lost
It hits me at the most unexpected times crisscrossed
Listening to a song or see a picture
That reminds me of you, I feel the stricture

It hurts and it will hurt more
I wasn’t ready for this gore
Being left with gaping holes
Mangled and can’t heal anymore

You knew I’m naïve and you used it
You play the role of the victim
But you’re truly evil

You can blame me all you want
But saying that I was a burden is not fair at all

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