briangela jones


Secret love


a secret love never last
because of the past
soon comes out
then theres doubt
that this wont work
for all its worth
trying to keep from
getting my feelings hurt
i say keep it
cause you must
go through somethings
to be able to teach
basically
you cant pretect me
with this secret
relationship
because it will soon get out
then you left in shame
wishing you never came
up with the idea secret love
see all im thinking of
is how you will face the public
with
the lies
your girl sit there
crying
why you didnt tell
about you secret love
she thinking of
how she go get out of this
stupid relationship
you say secret love
i see a liar in love
with two girls
what happen

Submitted: Friday, October 30, 2009
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