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DAMAGED MY TRUE LOVE

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DAMAGED MY TRUE LOVE

written 17th Sept 2013



When it comes to love, I AM poisonous
 don't let me curse another, leave me loveless

For the first time in my life, I felt your pain and cried for your heart
 my heart finally hurts, knowing I passed this pain from the start

Please find help to set your heart free
 trust me, it's not a life you recover from easily 

Damaged goods I told you, unrepairable
 but some how, you managed the impossible

Unlovable for my entire life
 yet you had no problem, getting me to become your wife

Yes, it's been more than both of us should have ever had to bear
 at this moment, every cell in my body is overwhelmed, so I really do care

Please don't enter my life's pain and despair  
 you don't deserve it, you are so patient and filled with such love

I'm sorry I let myself fall in love knowing it would poison you
 soul mates forever and eternity, my love belongs only to you...




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  1. Date: 9/26/2013 11:00:00 PM

    Denise this is a powerful poem it shows how dedicated you are to feel sorry for the man you have hurt, you now must find it in your heart to forgive yourself for doing this terrible wrong, only then will you find peace and closure. This is only my view you may not agree but that is entirely up to you. I liked the poem very much. John