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I guess this was just a secret you wanted,
for you to forever needing to be haunted.
A cheated you made me, a cheated I became,
you point that finger at yourself is the blame.
A smart remark and a system you planned so well,
to make me the sinner and I think you are my hell.
Glad I could make you feel so damn right,
but it's my turn to burn and my turn to fight.
I never gave up, I saw it in you eyes,
a barrel of disgust and inside those lies.
Run, run as far as you see fit,
I have done enough, I have beaten your wit.
So you see that you have driven me mad,
so untimely but yet I feel so glad.
My mouth meeting a stranger and loving every bite,
a better day to come and I think I have the right.
Get over your self and give me my space in time,
I will be me and always be mine.
Have you ever considered what I felt for one moment at all?
I guess not, since you let me feel as if I was two feet tall.
Seven years bad luck, that's the urban myth you lived up to,
now I see the errors and I can't seem to stand you.
Thanks for all the lies you told me, I think I'll never trust again,
and next time I will make sure that my lover is also my best friend.


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krazi-Renee


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