A Thrust Of Hurt
A thrust of painful words and big lies.
After all of this friendship you think I'd just lie?
After I have given and soul I've put in,
you thrust a load of manure and refuse
claiming somehow against you I have committed great sins.
Where do you hear such rumors?
And who deems to tell them?
It's shocking and earth shattering that you could believe them.
I've given my best from first day.
Caring for you, listening too willing to do anything you'd have me do.
I am betrayed and shattered inside,
that at me you throw such loads of falsehood and grime.
I know I'll ultimately forgive you,
because I truly love you deep in my soul.
But this load you threw at me stings with bold vicious stings
filled with ice so burning in it deep freezing cold beating.
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