Daniel Warner (8-4-95- -Y2K / Fresno, CA)
I Never Want to see You Again
I never want to see you again
back then we were the bestest of friends,
but you turned your back on me when all there was, was a dead end.
You made yourself look like a fool
when there was no way out
you should have stayed with me since preschool
when all we could do is scream and pout,
but you turned for many reasons
now I'm fighting the heavyweight bout
still I regret you leaving every season
because all this is, is a big drought.
Till this day I don't want to see you again
even though I know it is the end
there wasn't a relationship anyway
still no one had an ear to lend
so I couldn't tell them about the day
that to me was so dear,
but the past was yesterday
although it is the future that I fear.
We could have made it with each other
that would be the perfect dream
to have my kids have you as a mother,
but I have to learn theres no 'I' in 'team'.
I never once thought of seeing you later
although my heart ached with pain
my love for you could never have been greater
because it was hatred i could never gain.
The future came with no thought
let alone a clue,
but for your love I fought
as I had never done for you.
Death rolled upon me painstakingly
something she had regret
then I lay R.I.P
because this was the love I had not felt yet.
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