Abby Mize


Whoever knew


Whoever knew a stranger
Could make you fall so fast
And get you to move on
Forget all of the past

Whoever knew a status
Could lead to something more
Did you think my "like" on it
Could be an open door

Whoever knew I would
Find a guy for me
No one really knew
What "tbh" could be

Whoever knew a guy
That is really really cool
Would let go of his pride
And settle for a fool

Whoever knew facebook
Could lead to things so great
I never thought that status
Was how I'd find a mate

Whoever knew my pain
Was worth putting up a fight
And all the wrongs I did
Would eventually make a right

Whoever knew my tears
Would dry up in a while
And I find someone like you
Who always make me smile

Whoever knew I would
Watch this start to begin
I always said I'd never
Love anyone again

Whoever knew we'd be
More than just good friends
I really didn't think
We'd be dating in the end

Whoever knew a sacrifice
To yet another boy
Put my love back out there
At risk to be destroyed

Whoever knew I'm beautiful
At least that's what you say
I've heard it so many times
From you it's everyday

Submitted: Thursday, March 07, 2013
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Wrote this about how me and my boyfriend got into a relationship

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