|The Bet I Regret (standard:poetry, 124 words)|
|Author: NewKid||Added: Jan 22 2004||Views/Reads: 1769/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|It's about a kid that made a stupid bet that cost him love.|
I gave you the flowers when you came. You gave them back; I put them in a vase. You walked out on me, it was never the same. It was never meant to be by the look on your face. The time I gave has been spent. I wanted to be with you, not in your case. The flowers still in the vase as you went. Everything I didn't do, I will regret. Trying not to forget the beauty of your scent. I should have never made that stupid bet. I am the only person I can blame. Forever to you I shall be in debt. For what I have done I shall live in shame. The mistake I have mad, I will proclaim. Tweet
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