Treasure Island

jackrabbit krjs

(12-1-94 / Carlsbad, New Mexico)

'dont take it personaly'


I didn't mean to make you mad
All I wanted was for you to reply back
And its not sympathey that I want
I just wanted to talk
I told you those things cause I trust you
I was trying to open up to you
Then you shot me down
What you wrote made my heart sink to the ground
I know you didn't mean to
I just wanted someone to speak to
When you finally replyed back
I told myself I woundnt send you anything unless you sent me something back
I tried to apologize
But I don't know if you cared or if you glared at it with those beautiful eyes
I don't even know if you read it
I hope you did though
Next time something bad happens I wont let you know
I know you told me not to take it personaly
But I did and now I feal unworthy
To tell the truth it really hurt me

Submitted: Thursday, May 14, 2009

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