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You Shouldn't Have Kissed Her

It's Over Before It Started

By Kathy TsoukalasPublished about a month ago Updated about a month ago 1 min read

I thought I could trust you with my secrets.

I will keep your secrets.

I thought we were friends who respected each other.

I respect you.

You told me you were done with your old life.

I am done with my old life.

And were no longer going to use women for the moment.

I feel bad I've disrespected women.

The trouble is, I believed you.

I really want you to believe me.

It felt like our friendship was meant to be.

I think we might be soulmates.

But you kissed her at the party, in front of me.

I am a single guy.

Liar.

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Kathy Tsoukalas

I was a burned out writer until my creative practices helped me heal.

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  • john ogbosoabout a month ago

    good keep it up

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