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»Mind Caliber: Heartbreak«

by Brendon Tawanda Takarinda, September 24, 2018

Locked and Loaded.

You came along, we laughed, we kissed
and we cried together. We danced, we touched
and made love to each other.

You made me cum. And we made each other
pretend that we are both in love. Maybe that
could have been the dilemma. You left me and
took my heart as well. I guess nothing else really
matters.

Written: June 2017
Tags: Disappointment Emotions Lovesick

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