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BrokenHeart
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The world stopped.
My last breath was ripped from my ever-fragile lungs as I walked in the room and saw him with her
An innocent meeting it may have been
No hands were touching
No secret laughs
Yet her reputation puts doubts in my mind
Questions that once did not exists
Now play like a broken record
I'm stuck and confused
Jealousy fills me but why?
How do I get upset over another's life?
I've no claim, yet it still hurts
Tears don't exists as anger drives me to the
Point of.........................what?

I'm not second best!
I can wake up each morning and smile.
But can I really?
He brought my smile back to me
He breathed life into my once
Dead heart
But now what do I have?

Isn't funny how quick the human mind jumps to conclusions?

Well dammit I have a right; my heart can't take anymore!


edited by BrokenHeart 8-18-1999
 
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