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Pain
Author: Brianna Hernandez

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Pain, the pain I feel the pain of betrayal. The pain he said he'd never give me.
He put me through and for sure he thought his love pure.
All I knew was I couldn't endure the unpure love he thought was pure.
He always said if I can't have you no one can. He sure did make that true.
He broke my heart with dispair not a care in the world. He spit in my face with such distaste.
All I did was love him tried to treat him like a king gave up school for a broken tool
so damaged he was I should have listened bruised is how I came out not being touched is how I stay.
Because now there is no other way.
What he said physically he made it possible no body can have me.
He betrayed my trust he said he was clean but instead he left me with this disease HPV, better than HIV.
I'm still living while he's living in jail behind bars now he'll know what it feels like to be me,
trapped betrayed I left him and he left himself. Now again I say pain thats what I feel.
But lets be real its not for him it's for myself the pain of knowing he betrayed me,
but in some wierd way I am still free.
Knowing no one will ever want me; that's okay
I have me and my daughter that wants me and thats all I need.
The pain is what made me feel this way,
sad to say it took this to make me realize what was there all the time.
Single I feel pain but not the pain of a broken heart.
Just the pain of a snuggled heart.

------- Author's Notes -------

Never make the mistake of thinking you need a man to make you happy when in the end you have everything you needed to make you happy.

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