Treasure Island

Nicholas Jones


I Hate


I hate how I loved you
I hate how I felt
I hate everything you said
That made my heart melt

I hate what you did
I hate how I hurt
I hate how you left me
Alone to die in the dirt

I hate how I let you in
And watched you steal my heart
I hate how much you put me through
I hate how much I cried

I hate how I try to hate you
I hate it that I can't
I hate it that I miss you
Even though you don't

I hate how I still love you
I hate how I still care
But most of all I hate it
That you are no longer here

Submitted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009

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  • bob dunne (4/15/2009 12:06:00 AM)

    Good. I got te basic message. Try to elaborate a little more on the emotion and feeling. Think of the emotion you felt and think of different words and situatins { they don't have to be reall } to describe it. As if we were blind. But good stuff (Report) Reply

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