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She Did what She Can

You left her like she was a nothing
used, abused, loved and hated
she was torn in a million ways
thrashed, thudded and murdered

She was alone in the dark cold nights
lingering on thine muscular scents
left for dead by the passing hunters
her sighs were colder and cold

Now you blame her she is a cheater
as she cling to another man
listen Davis lets be sincers
she did what she can 
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Poetry.com 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Seyedeh Nastaran Pezeshki More than 1 year ago
nice. we do what we can when our beloved leaves us and forces us to do.Thank you.
Michelle Angel More than 1 year ago
Jawahar Gupta More than 1 year ago
A TRUE physical. mental and spiritual intervention..,, dear Sajad,,
Jawahar Gupta More than 1 year ago
Happy Friendship day Sajad I invite you to review my Haiku http://www.poetry.com/poems/1504892-INFINITY-HAIKU-
Michael Melton More than 1 year ago
I def see ur point but I can't feel the flow myself
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