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The Ages Of Life Of A Love Story

The Ages Of Life Of A Love Story

In the ages of life of a love story you must say
When love starts to fade away with much heartaches
It can kill at your soul quickly
Of drafty cells and draftier castles
Just like some kinda dream
Of dragons breathing without the frame of fables,
A king unfitted with a fashion of stylish
Dreams have a way to make one laugh or make one cry
The hurt is all mine that is left inside me when
You had left me to play with another
No miracle can take this pain away that you gave
By such abuses of being used
Twisting of the lost of mind makes me want to make you cry
Then I tell myself it would be a waste of my time
My pain felt like a bad storm
A bad dream that has not ended yet
It's been to long know
It's been too many nights with no sleep
Waiting for this broken heart to mend
I dream and hope for one day true love find me
And sweep me of my feet
Love me forever after
I just want to be free from this bad dream he
Had given me sometime ago
In the ages of life of a love story that ended so quickly
With a heart of burning is what he given me all this time
Why he had moved on with his happy life


Lilly Emery.

Submitted: Monday, November 04, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, November 05, 2013


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