micheal john


Chase


I endangered her heart into falling.
falling, deep she is falling.
Helplessly she is falling deep into the well of love.
here am i on the run,
wishing i didnt know her
i am guilty of a heart broken,
i am guilty of a sick love,
i am guilty of a happiness lost,
As to her did i,
so is done unto me
them that are love forbidden
my heart engulfs with much love.
on the run i am from them that seeks me for loves,
hatred have i known for loving.
Broken hearted for feelings,
a heart wide open is left with no visitor.
At their chase, i chase another
the hunter is become the hunted.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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the love experience i have had, mostly those i love dont always love me in return, those i never wanted to be with are the ones dieing for me.

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