No Reason To Care

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*****I Wish I Could Love You*****


my heart has been broken
and you ask if I love you
what can I love you with
if not my heart?

my mind
my soul
none of these work
what is love
if you need a heart
why must we love
if it make our hearts fall apart?

I wish I could say I love you
but I cant
my heart has been broken,
squished like an ant

so no I don't love you
I wish that I could
but my heart was taken
because he thought he should

but I won't take yours
no
I don't think that's right
because I want to love you
because I know you can fight

you can fight through the pain that's always there
you can kiss me and twist your fingers threw my hair
you can hold my body oh so tight
and whisper in my ear 'every things alright'
and trail your kisses down to my neck
and whisper sweet words and it with a peck

you love me so much I don't know what to do
I only wish I could love you too-

Submitted: Tuesday, October 13, 2009

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