Treasure Island

Malika Giddens

(1/12/93)

hate or something else?


i hate everything about you.
i hate how you decieved me.
i hate how you treated me
as if you never cared for me.

i hate how you look at me
i hate how you talk to me
i hate how you ignore
as if i was never there.

i hate how easily you moved on
i hate how bad you hurt me
i hate myself even more
for allowing that to happen.

i hate the way you used to smile
i hate the way you used to laugh
i hate the way you could read my mind
before i could tell you anything

i hated you when you left me
i hated you when you hurt me
i hated you when you when you thought of me
i hated you when you said sorry

i hate when i think of you
i hate when i listen for your voice
i hate when i look for you
i hate hoping you'll look for me.

i hate smiling at the thought of you
but i can't help it
cuz i don't hate
in fact it's just the opposite
i still have feelings for you.

Submitted: Sunday, December 03, 2006
Edited: Thursday, December 02, 2010

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