My nights come with pains, pains that come everyday…
The way that you left, I have no reason to object…
The way I came into your life, I didn’t realize I’d have to leave so early…
Sincerely speaking, I wish I never came out open…
‘Cause if loving someone was a profession, I guess I’ll keep slipping in pursuit of such Occupation…
Inspiring words I got from friends like Sam Beth, made me bet my last cards on you…
Surrendering my heart instead of going jack…
Confessions from my heart, and my fingers do the typing gently…
Confession of an amateur lover;
“…Its way better not to fall in love when the opposite mate doesn’t know how to swim in it…”
She put me to test, it’s like you wanted me to confess.
My heart; I brought closer to her doorstep but she kicked it farther away.
I met her in an unusual way, yet still we talked almost everyday.
The truth is anytime I was with her, I felt “some way bi”.
I fell for her not once but twice; perhaps a couple of times.
But she said no, and watched me go not once but a couple more times.
For a reason I still can’t figure out, she came first all the time.
Among the rest, she was nothing but the best.
I feel I have a hole in my chest, ’cause my heart is still lost, kind courtesy¡¡¡¡ΘΘΗ your kick.
I already made a mistake opening up easily.
I still knew she was the right one; so I never went back on my words.
She looked bright that night with that smile as her dimple faded in and faded out.
Confessions of an amateur lover.
Experience they say is the best teacher; “…never take your heart to someone who wants it away…”
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