Jamie Haddock

Rookie - 0 Points (11-15-72 / Amarillo, Texas)

I've let you down


I know that I've screwed up
Its hard when that shits around
I feel really bad now
because I've let you down

How can I let you know
I want to be so much more
All the things you deserve
Everything you've been looking for

I want to make you happy
Like a blessing from above
I want you to feel it from head to toe
Nothing but my love

I really am sorry
That I've screwed up again
I just have to keep fighting
Because I believe one day I'll win

I know I should've said NO
Turn around and walk away
I made the wrong choice
And have failed again today

I know I've really hurt you
This in turn hurts me
If only I could be stronger
And the person you want me to be

I will keep trying
Fighting the fight
Praying you don't give up on me
While I'm trying to get it right

Submitted: Tuesday, January 10, 2006

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  • Rookie - 0 Points Tim Haddock (1/15/2015 8:00:00 PM)

    I'm sure the person you had in mind with this poem is still very much believes in you and still tries to back you (Report) Reply

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