Treasure Island

Jeanette Palomo


I Hate Everything About You!


I Hate you
I Hate your lies
I Hate that you care but you don't
I Hate you for everything you said
I Hate the drugs you love
I Hate the way you changed
I Hate you for threating me that you were going to hurt me
I Hate you for treating me like dirt
I Hate the way you laughed at my problems
I Hate you for wanting this!

Submitted: Sunday, January 10, 2010

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  • Romeo Della Valle (1/10/2010 3:44:00 PM)

    Bravo! Great outburst of the heart! Let him go, he is not worthy of your love! there is only one life to live...well penned, pouring out your true feelings make you feel better, keep it up! You have a great talent and you are in the right track and site, PH,10+++ Love and Peace...(The One and Only) ... (Report) Reply

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