Meike Schrut

What one does not have, one cannot lose

The sentence came in such a way as I never would have him better
can say
may think
from me could have come.
Whether man or woman whom or which one wants to have: if a life is often with wrong maps, if
the wrong partner the life only so pointlessly ostensible makes.
I live with you so with pleasure, do not need that which can be never loyal maybe.
Before his coldness every woman would have to be afraid, because no woman wants to lose that.

 

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Published on e-Stories.org on 07/25/2010.

 

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