The Old Dog Roamed

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The Old Dog Roamed

The Old Dog Roamed
You always told me 
that you'll come true in the end
that we would no longer be loving in sin
You know this feels like a life time? 
I have been missing you
I know that tonight deep into the silence
I watch the stars shine so bright 
dancing around the moon in late June
I remember that is what we use to do, 
time is moving way to fast 
I can see you never found your way back 
so what we had is just a mare past 
a love that never last
I used every available words
just to write down for you to read 
just to let you know how I truly feel
words you can never deny even if you tried
everyone could read what is behind your eyes
You made me feel our love was never real
it was never meant to last 
so we can put our memories into the past
You can lie and cry to the one you are now with
saying what we had was nothing but a fling 
just to make her dreams, 
But what about what I felt? 
did my feeling ever matter to you? 
is it alright to tell me all those lies? 
just to get me on your side of a blind eye, 
You can let me down easy 
I know life isn't breezy and things aren't easy 
but it was never my fault 
when you wanted to play games
I never known you had already a broken home
I would had never let you roam upon my thrown 
But that is how a darken life goes 
it's like we are running 
with the shadows of lies of the night
So tell me why did you come around me? 
why did you have fine a play wife 
when you already had one at home? 
She should had known to keep her nasty Dog home.

Poetic Judy Emery

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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