I Wish You Would
I'm in love with you
I wish you would say the same
I would die for you
You forsake me for who came
You used to say it
You used to mean it
And now one word I hate
That simple word
That hurts so much
Irony hand-in-hand with fate
I loved you
I would've done anything for you
I wish you would've done the same
------- Author's Notes -------
Wow, this is horrible. It's the truth, no pity test or anything. I know this. But I can't even put my emotions into words now. I used to say, "I love you" and he used to reply. Now, one word I hate most, "Mhmm." I say, "I missed you" and he says, "Mhmm." I never see him anymore and when I do, he doesn't want anything to do with me. I love him and I wish to god he would say it back again... No one has to comment this, as long as they understand how I feel.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|MC (126.96.36.199) -- Thursday, June 29 2006, 01:48 pm|
It's how you really feel. Girl, he wasn't worth your time, or your precious heart, if he's going to treat you like that now. You deserver better.
|barb (188.8.131.52) -- Thursday, June 29 2006, 06:30 pm|
This is how he wants you to feel lost without him.Please don't hurt over him just be glad if you can, that no more of hearing that word mhmm.I know you hurt without him but doesn't it hurt more when he treats you coldly when obviously you are a warm person that desrves to have someone that returns the warmth. getting your feelings out helps doesn't it? Nice expression in wolrds of how you feel good job.
|Scorpio (184.108.40.206) -- Saturday, July 1 2006, 02:43 am|
I still wish he would, that's inevitable. I know that sometime soon though, it'll end between us and as much as I hate it, it's the best thing to do. I still do love him though, that will never change. Thanks, you two. (:
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