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soulless woman

suzy Q 

Men do not stand for happiness
They stand for torture and lifeless living
A man will love you today
And tomorrow he'll seek for the other girl, as if a hole is not called a hole if it's placed on a different ground

My sister, you'll taste bitter on his tongue as he moves on and finds a better flower than your face
I know I might sound angry like the beast you saw at the wilderness last year
But my dear, I'm just telling you what you should fear
 I have gone through this
At first he'll give you an everlasting kiss
And it'll ends with a shivering fist
I don't want you to take this risk

Life may not be the same for you as it was for me, but I want to let you know what love might lead a man into
Nothing but your heart crashed on the ground for the birds to feed of off it
You are too beautiful of a soul to have gone through this
I tell myself whenever I remember the agonizing days my life have passed through
I'm sorry to say but my life have lost interest in what god created to be my better half
Men are the reasons why I can never love
Men are the reasons why I dare not to love
Adam I blame you
Eve I stand by you

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Submitted on October 02, 2013

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