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Love-past, present & future

Love-past, present & future
By sag4kor on 03/01/2007
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Battered I lay on the ground
Like a ship that ran aground
Broken up and shattered by howling winds
Destruction is beyond human minds.
They saw that love is blind, deaf, dumb
I say its nothing more but a garbage dump
Rotting and stinking to its very core
Scheming to draw people all the more
Cute little Cupid with his lovely arrows
Is nothing but a vile thing, evil till his marrows
Disrupting lives is a hobby he carries on
Lives that end with no future to look upon.
Victim I am to his cruelty
A normal being, driven to insanity
Plucked out of the life that was mine
Forced to live a live amongst the swine
To Her I was only an instrument
One to be discarded after merriment
To be cast aside, thrown into the junkyard
Joining countless lives existing within each yard.
Broken hearts anything but new
Feels like a fire inside, burning to your sinews
Fuelled forward by an unnamed hatred
Keeping out the madness, not that it mattered.
Frozen inside, a block of hard old ice
With nothing but hatred in my eyes
Times have changed, but I have moved on
Dead and rotten but cold, to get my hands upon
My Love, to burn it up like dry timber
Trying me best to eradicate it forever.

© By sag4kor On 3/1/2007 1:21:59 PM
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