Manogamy

Poem by: KioshiDLove

Summary

Now and days faithful isnt what it used to be

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Submitted: April 12, 2013

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Submitted: April 12, 2013

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I was supposed to belong to you

As You were supposed to belong to me

We made an oath that neither of us would cheat 

That was a promise that I made from my heart

Gave you too much trust

Then the infidelity comes to start

The yearning for more, was the feeling that strong

Was it so unbearable you had to do wrong

Was it like a compulsion You just couldn't control

Please don't speak

Before your lies to unfold

While your actions were taking place

Did any guilt enter your mind

Could you imagine my face and my tears

Or were emotions just blind

A contract you did violate

A contract of my love

I should of made you sign it 

With your tears and your blood

Its okay because my friend has my back

Her name is Karma and she says theres no way your getting away with that.

So just sit back and let the universe make its runs

 But in the meantime You and I

Were done


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Manogamy Manogamy

Status: Finished

Genre: True Confessions

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Now and days faithful isnt what it used to be
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