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Ice queen

She said don’t waste your time, you'll never be anything...
And I gasped for air while trying to dig my way from her deathly soul...
She took my life that day and threw it away...
She told me more than once there'll be a day when you'll be all alone...
I’m not breaking up inside...
Her black heart keeps pulling me in...
Can’t break away...
Can’t you see what this pain has done to me?
It seems to be that I’m still kicking...
You can’t make-believe that you're all happy...
you act like your so satisfied...
Turned your back on me...
I'm gone!
Alive and awake from the brake...
You've jaded me for life...
Twice vexed and now I'm wishing you were hexed...
You were everything I loved...
I wished I could be like you...
Feeling self-worth even when you've done nothing but twerk everyone's lives...
What lives inside you is evil!
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Submitted by datgirlbbw954 on October 25, 2019

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Lindsay Mancano

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