Christina Phan

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Tragedy


Tragedy
Is what happen for us
It zoom by so fast I didn't notice
I just couldn't handle it anymore
I'm tired of all this drama going on and you testing me
There is not much I couldn't say or done
I'm speechless and I don't know who you are anymore
I miss that old you and one I want to know
I knew at that moment I gave up and done with for good
It was for best because it's was so complicated
There is no words left to say in this situation
Founding someone to date was easy before for me than now
It never get any easier
You have to push yourself through it and leave it behind
You make it so diffcult
I don't want to go throught it anymore
I have enough
I'm so sorry
I'm just not that girl who change to make your life easier, be girl you like and girl you could see going out
I'm happy to say truly to who I'm
I have to make this choice and
It was best to go that path and
Nothing good come out of it
I put hundred percent and try my best
Still nothing and it get worst
Tragedy

Submitted: Saturday, November 20, 2010
Edited: Tuesday, March 13, 2012

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