Sarah A. Banks


Confused Relationship


When he makes you sick.
You don't know what to do.
You don't know how to deal with it.
You just want to scream.
He's making me sick.

When he makes me sick.
I want to hurt him.
I want him to see how it feels.
You crave revenge.
He's making you sick.

She was stupid.
She opened up to him.
She told him the truth.

He...did nothing.
He told her what was good.
She knows he's not being honest.
What a fool.

They are the perfect couple.
They cared for each other.
They loved each other.

He said he loved her.
She said she loved him.
They didn't know what love was.
She was his first love.

Now they are sill together.
She doesn't know how he feels.
He knows to much about her.
They are falling apart.

She regrets it.
She wants her life back.
She wants herself back.
She's going to bring it all back.

He's unaware.
He believes she doesn't know anything.
What was she thinking?

People say my brain is blocking
...the path to my heart.
I don't know.

At the end.
She is going to break is heart.

Submitted: Sunday, March 14, 2010

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