Treasure Island

Lawrence CH Hiun

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 you hurt me,
I hate how you left me,
Alone to die in the dire hard.

I hate how I let you in And
watched you steal my heart and my soul.

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 hate any more.

I hate it that I miss you Even though you don’t,
I hate how I still love you so much.

I hate how I still care But most of all,
I hate it That you are no longer here.
I hate no longer more,
Because you still hate me
More than I do.

Submitted: Sunday, August 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013

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This poem about hate story and my friend. She left me and i hate myself for not telling her about my real feeling for her. I am so sad about my feeling and hate myself for not forgetting her.
Time will heal me in near future.

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