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my lovely oh life.

today i thought about you 
thought i'd never get over you 
but my heart got weak ,and started skipping them beat's 
so now i really know that i can forget a fool like you.
no more sweet talk or saying sweet thing's ,no more lie's or promiseing anything! 
i can truely say right now that i see the light, and right now you sure dont look right 
the strain on your face from hideing them lie's has broken your face out with redish smear's 
and your health is breaking from getting so low .
for telling me stay when you should have  let me go! 

i've told you my side of this thing we were in to stand by you untill the very end
but the way i feel about you right now would be pure hell to live in a lie.
to even try to stay with you would only tear my life apart i've seen this in you from the very 
start. so i wont give in unto anymore lie's nomore wondering ,nomore more ever good bye's 
you've picked what you want  and maybe you see there's a better life you can have by 
setting  yourself free i'll try in my heart to  understand but dont come back cause i wont be 
here for you or hold your hand. 

but as you go away tonight think of this and think it twice i was better to you than you was 
too me i understand you when you never understood me i hung around and waited on you 
but you were stuiped and to blind to see there was a beautiful love between you and me one 
that could've been honest and true where you diden't have to worry about who is with who.
you never goinga find noone as honest as me so live your lie's and  run free .
someday you'll see what you lost and that day just no i won't be free .

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  1. Date: 1/25/2010 5:15:00 AM
    I say from the poetry I am reading this morning it seems it was an inspiring weekend for all. Thank you for sharing your wonderful poetry with us Alisa. Love, Carol