Treasure Island

welshrebel GMR

(28/09/62 / Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom of Great Britain)

I thought you were mine


My mind is frozen to last November
A day I wont forget, but don’t want to remember
Eyes of ice with a burning stare
I see each move as if I were there

I sit and I stare at the stars up above
Wondering what ever happened to our love
And the vows we made on our wedding day
I never thought that you would stray

I kept you close but with room to breath
I never thought that you would deceive
25 years we had been wed
Now I’m so sad and wish I was dead

One year on, its 2007
It’s like I’ve died but not gone to heaven
Trapped in this hell, this dimension of time
Because you betrayed me, I thought you were mine

Submitted: Monday, August 31, 2009
Edited: Monday, August 31, 2009

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