Karen Weimorts

(20/04/96 / America, Sandiago, California BUT i live in scotland)

True Love Hurts


if love was a light
and the earth was the soul
Can it be truth
or can it be coal

no one has ever found that feeling,
the feeling when you find true love
because you wonder if it even is true!
untill you put on cinderella's shoe

you think that everything has a happy ending
just like in those fairy tales
but you still never give up
even if you know it fails

a wedding is just False
you think that you have found true love
you know that you will get divorced someday
no matter how strong, you just have had enough

a wedding is supposed to be the greatest day of your life
not your worst
especially after he say's 'i now pronounce you husband and wife'
so ask yourself
have you REALLY found true love?

Submitted: Monday, March 02, 2009
Edited: Monday, March 02, 2009
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