Simple Love


Craving the embrace of your limbs intertwined with mine,

Leaving marks upon my sunken skin,

Oh how our love was yet another violent crime,

However you left me broken and thin,

Can I still forgive you time after time?

How I wish we could go back to how we had been,

Your voice is still ringing in my ear as if it were a chime,

Words you used to make my mind spin,

I love you, you would lie,

And yet I believed you every damn time


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