The Girl Who Knew Worth

 I'v been cheated I'v been lied 
I know everything you wanted to hide. Your comments, your dirt, the way you always had to flirtYet you said I was enough, you told me to be tough. You said you loved me so much and that I had nothing to worryBut the day I knew everything you left in such a hurry.  Who you are will forever be unknownFor how could you hurt a girl whose heart felt like home? I’m okay and doing fine without your flirtatious meaningful wordsAnd you damn well know the way you prolonged this act was disgustingly absurd.  Yet I hope you’re fine, I hope everything is greatAnd I hope one day you learn, when you have a great girl, to appreciate.

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