Treasure Island

Lisa Harvey

(3/2/1989 / Carshalton)

Giving up


I thought my life was getting better, but something always makes me go back to square one...Close to giving up. I've had enough of my best never being good enough for you or anyone else, I'm human please forgive me if I make the odd mistake here and there. I had enough of people in school talking down on me, I don't need it again and who gives you permission to do it to me. You claim to love me but you're nothing but a bully and you scare me, what kind of fiance does that? I wish I knew who you were and not the person you claim to be.If you don't change, I'm going to walk away and I will know I deserve better

Submitted: Wednesday, May 04, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, May 04, 2011
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