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Intentions

Let me ask your honest opinion, or words of wisdom if you will.
I'm laying in a grave of curiosity that needs to be filled.
We've built many support systems of money, love and trust.
But exactly how great is the percentage of these 3 are working for us.
Money and trust require much patience and can easily be done.
Simply do your thang, make your money and remember, trust no one!
It's easier done than said while being faithfully spoken of
But the challenge still remains as to what is this love???
I mean how does this thing really work
Who does it belong to and why is someone always gettin hurt?
The only thing its worth is its own phrase on a t-shirt.
Anyway as I ponder I came to infer
That love was the exclusive bond between me, him, and her.
A bond so strong it had all of us fooled
Thinking that saying "I love you" was the main tool
To keep things calm and cool
And we all got schooled
Twice like loons
Well, except her, cuz she's still gettin spooned
In more ways than one pretty soon
Cuz she don't know like I do
Her precious lil man keeps her heart from turning blue
And she only sees the "good intentions" given by you.
Ha silly little girl with no clue
You see intentions, they start out pure, but never come true
Cuz life's not what  you intend, it's what you do
Now what do you think?
Is love really worth going thru?


Copyright © Shanele Jones | Year Posted 2006