Naa naa


abc.! Poem by Naa naa


Again wit the pain
Blinded by lovee
Cant c pass the lies
Dumb for believeing that u loved me
Enough is enough
Feeling alone like always
Guilt, like its my fault
Hoe is wat u left me for
Is love for me?
Just handling this day by day
Kiss my ass nd say goodbye
Lies were all u told me
My love for u was a joke
Never trust again
Obviously i ment nothing
Pain is all i feel
Questioning me on wat love is
Regert meeting u
See how bad yyu hurt me?
Tie u down.? na never
United we once were
Verbally abused by u
Wishing u would come back
X-perienced only wit u
Your not wat i thought u were
Zipping up these emotions; ; cause now I don't care

Submitted: Tuesday, March 23, 2010

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  • Rookie BEAU GOLDEN (3/23/2010 11:12:00 PM)

    a nice 'stream of conscious' way to express your feelings and free yourself from the pain of caring! Well done. My poems have an average rating of 9.6, take a look at 'loss'. (Report) Reply

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