Emmanuel Arunee Mwanza


He Said She Was Fine


He said she was fine
I knew it was just a line

He said he loved her
I knew he was just playing her

She thought he was into her
Yet it was her gorgeous body that invited him

He was so friendly and honest per look
He was on a mission to travel from her head to her legs, she couldnt see it

She didn't understand me...I knew she was another victim in waiting
His riches blinded her...on me all she could see was jealousness

A while later, his smile told me, his mission was complete
The next thing, she was spiting everywhere..what followed up? She became a mum

The once bright future she saw with him turned into black smoke...she couldnt see infront, she dropped out of school
And the rich guy...is out there searching another like her...

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 25, 2013
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