duke perry abrokwa
i'm loosing her
I'm lost and socked in confusion
I need courage to grab a pen and express my frustration.
It's hard to begin, and hard to say
Well lemme give it a shot it might still pay.
I have kept this pain and pretend am over her per se
Five month gone from January to May
And still quiet as life grows gray.
Are we going our separate path
Or i'm growing nought
Is losing my magical friend, a fact
Or a stigma of my imagination
Of this, I claimed no conclusion.
I will stand and fight
Hold firm and not loose sight
A friendship I promised to keep wit all my might.
As dark it might look, there could still be light.
I felt in love and it hard to get up.
If love compromise my friendship then I really messed up
The story is simple am still in love map.
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