You Don't
Author: WilTheThrill


I donít care if I hurt you in that way,
You asked for my opinion,
Just like you do each and every day,
If you wanted the sugar coating,
Thatís what you shouldíve asked for,
And afterwards you said I was nothing,
A piece of dirt on the floor,
But you asked what I thought,
And I gave it my all,
Maybe you change with the seasons,
Different spring, different fall,
You donít care if I continue living,
Youíre a cold and heartless one,
You ended all that there was,
Before it even begun,
Youíre irrational,
You donít know whatís going on,
You were supposed to brush against gently,
Instead you forced down upon,
My heart,
You donít even realize,
You donít ever give condolences,
You donít give me a reason to live,
At the brink of death I come back to my senses,
What have you done to me,
How can I live this way,
You couldíve been my life,
Instead youíre my dismay,
Iím leaving you here,
No matter what you say,
Iím through with you,
But I think about you everyday.


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Eliza ( -- Tuesday, June 28 2005, 08:33 pm


wow, Wil, this poem has tons of emotion. you have a great talent! keep up with these great poems!
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