Poems about Love
Author: Terra Blake
As I walk home in this dreary days flow.
I think back to before our relationships part.
You were a liar form the word go.
From the time I told you to take my heart.
And you engraved it with such a passion.
I wonder how long it would take to scratch it off.
Iíll never know until I take action.
But who says I want to, cough cough.
As I bask in the sunlight of grief.
Trying to think of anything but him.
And your words causing all sorts of mischief.
You wonít even let it be fin.
Youíre the reason it happen.
Downright your fault.
Yet youíre over reacting.
And my feelings go against everything I was taught.
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