Learning From The Past
Author: Ashley Justice


how come people,
are never what they seem.
how come people,
who you believe love you,
turn out to good to be true?
he told me he loved me,
it was stupid to believe.
my friends all told me,
hed break me heart.
i wish i would have listened.
he was too old for me,
but i thought wed stay together,
for more than just a month.
i never would have done it,
if id known what would happen.
i thought wed be together,
for more than just a night.
i cried so much when he left,
ive never cryed that much before.
but he taught me a lesson,
i'll never forget.
next time i think im in love,
and he says he feels the same,
i'll make sure he really loves me,
and isnt with me for the wrong reasons.


Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* ( -- Thursday, February 3 2005, 02:36 am


great work sweetie, love will come to you.... be yourself...Real love will find your heart..if this is based on true life.. i am soooo sorry you got hurt...i hope your heart mends...enjoy life...use your pain to guide you and be your have a lot of love to give...real love will earn it...Terrie*
Luke Christopher ( -- Thursday, February 3 2005, 03:11 am


Love is the greatest thing that can happen in life, and the biggest hurt. Just remember this, even if we knew what it would feel like when it goes away, we'd still do it. It's love, and we're all addicted to the next fix ;)

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