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Michelle Connelly


I Hate


I hate how we can never talk
I hate how we never walk
I hate how you’re never there
I hate that you don’t even care

I hate people always talk about you
I hate how people will never come through
I hate how there was no us
I hate you so much it makes me cuss

I hate that you never call
I hate how I can’t pass you in the hall
I hate how people never gave us a chance
I hate how you could never see the romance

I hate how I never hated you
I hate that there is no me and you

Submitted: Monday, September 21, 2009
Edited: Saturday, November 28, 2009

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