Rachel Finley

Rookie (12-11-1992 / south dakota)

I Don't Want to Lose You


I don’t want
to lose you
you are one
of the best things
That has
happened to me
I know
that we
have had our problems
I know
that we will
have more
But
I can
no longer
imagine
my life
with out you
can you
understand

I don’t
want to
lose you
but
you need
to change your attitude
You make fun
of my friends
it hurts them
and it hurts
me
You go out
and drink
with all
of your friends
then
you
lie about it

Do you
relize
that you
are hurting
your self
and me
you
claim
that you
don’t want to
hurt
me
do you
relize
that you do
you
claim that you
love
me
do you
relize that
I did
love you

Submitted: Thursday, February 21, 2008
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2008

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