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the man who left me at the hotel room after he did his business

suzy Q 

You came into my life and took what you were coming for
As weak and frail as I was you didn't hesitate
You walked all over me and did your ugly, dirty business
You shedder me and you crippled me
You demolished my whole future in front of me
 now I'm here feeling empty and barren because you knew I was feeling less about myself and you knew how to eat those kind of girls for breakfast.
I know
 a girl like me shouldn't have to swim in her tears every night as she goes to sleep to rest her thoughts
a girl like me deserves to be happy like it's her wedding day
 i should be rejoicing life and its contribution ,but instead I'm left writing about you and your destruction
You left a mark on me
I can't trust again because of you
I lost myself because of you
 You are now the cause and you are the disease that ate my inside and left me with nothing but an empty stomach

 you destroyed what i had in store for myself
 i was beginning to gain my self-esteem back even
 confidence was oozing out of my body like a torn water hose
 i was loving life
 little did i know that you were getting lonely and you were looking for your next victim so the wind led you to me
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Submitted on September 30, 2013

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