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E.V.E's Heartbreak

Updated on October 25, 2011

My parents asked, if I’ll give grandkids

Some women, I had put in those bids

With embryos, don’t know what I did

All I have is my cousin and niece

Try to be to them a role model piece

Date life, who’ll keep me warm as fleece

She gave me an ‘E’ because I’m sensitive as her

Got so many ladies that owe me sex

Performances in sheets been complex

Have I loss my fuse to start next

Once felt I was rewarded true love

It flew away from its nest like a dove

Now, I only rely on the ones from above

She gave me a ‘V’ believing I’m still young and fresh with a whole lot to give

Oh, it happens, again and again

Oh, it happens, again and again

Blown in the air, gone with the wind

Blown in the air, gone with the wind

I saw a couple in the park locking hands

I went to meet a deadline at last minute demands

Married to having coins always in my pants

I made it to church before it got late

They say it’s a good place to get a soul mate

Put my all in a woman like the collection plate

Walked out on the sermon of wedding vows to take

She gave another ‘E’ for I hurt, feel pain and cry …

Welcome to E.V.E’s Heartbreak

© 2009, Alphonso Taylor. All rights reserved. No republication of this material, in any form or medium, is permitted without express permission of the author.


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