It’s supposed to be you and me forever, that’s what you promised. It’s supposed to be family always sticks together, that’s how we were raised. You’re supposed to always be there for me, you whispered it in my ear. I’m supposed to be mature, doesn’t that come with my new age?
He’s supposed to buy you flowers, that’s what boyfriends are supposed to do. She’s supposed to always be understanding, I thought all women knew. You’re supposed to do good in school or you’ll disappoint us all. I’m supposed to be a strong women when you leave, yet all I can do is bawl.
The sun is supposed to shine today, so why is there rain?
It’s supposed to be safe here, so why are we in pain?
Marriage is supposed to be till death, so why do people get divorced?
Love is supposed to last forever so why does this feel forced?
Supposing is assuming, and assuming isn’t always true so keep a little doubt mixed in your mind so when things fall through, you don’t feel like such a fool.