Arfa Iris

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I Hate You And I Hate Myself


i hate you for hurting me,
i hate you more for loving me.
i hate you for lying to me.
i hate you more for been true to me.

i hate your for leaving me.
i hate you more for staying with me.
i hate you for ignoring me
i hate you more for caring me

i hate you for everything you did.
i hate you for things you didn't do.
i hate you for you say you love me.
i hate you more for you say you cant hate me.

AND

i hate myself for loving you.
i hate myself more for hurting you.
i hate myself for been true to you.
i hate myself more for lying to you.

i hate myself for staying with you.
i hate myself more for leaving you.
i hate myself for caring you.
i hate myself more for ignoring you.

i hate myself for everything i did.
i hate myself more for the things i didn't do.
for i cant hate you.
i hate myself more for i cant say 'i love you'.

Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2011
Edited: Friday, November 11, 2011

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