Rich Young

(10/10/46 / Idaho)

You Walked


You walked into my life
Stole my heart

For years I had hidden it
from public view

Then you walked into my life
Stole my heart

To you I gave freely
Totally to you

No holding back from you
You controlled me
From the beginning

You walked into my life
Stole my heart

Our life was a dream world
I could not have loved you
Less if I tried

My heart you broke
Stabbed it with a knife
I trusted you
Implicitly

You walked into my life
Stole my heart

Then destroyed it
No rhyme
No reason

You need to destroy
To be happy

And I was near

You walked into my life
Stole my heart
And my life!

Submitted: Tuesday, April 15, 2008
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