Treasure Island

Matthias Pantaleon

(August 24,1984 / Oronija Island, Nigeria)

Where Do Broken Hearts Go


I don't deserve what's coming to me
You know I've been sweet to you
Always been a pleasing wife
Who place your priority above hers

I never left in the rain
We made it through the pain
Even though we had nothing
You meant the world to me

Hmmm, all those long walk
The good faith I have in you
In one night you took my all
For nothing; such a cruel fate

Now the beat is down
My heart felt so lonely
But I know what you want
You hope to see me melt into oblivion

But I refuse to cry; not a single drop

Submitted: Saturday, April 19, 2014

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Love takes time to heal- MC

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