Treasure Island

paapa esuman

(27/08/1988 / ACCRA)

Still Love You


i just want to be alone
that was the voice on the phone
remained silent but confuse
made me of no use
just because she had found another
thinking i am no more better
she just walked away
in my heart her memory stay
even though she left
her love i still kept
she promised not to see me again
kissed me with sorrow and pain
my agony grew a while
living me with no smile
her love fell apart
just trying to be smart
i remain faultless
and she turn heartless
refusing to see what i go through
said her love was not true
why then did i fell
her love she did sell
money was her beauty
to men was their duty
i remain cashless
she turn careless
she ruin me with lies
thought she was wise
i still love her
and will always love her.

Submitted: Friday, December 06, 2013
Edited: Friday, December 06, 2013

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