hayden hernandez


Just Hate


I hate this stupid world and the place I have in itI hate this stupid house and the life that its finished

I hate this computer, so ragged, so slow
I hate all the things that you don`t know

I hate the way words con bring a person to their knees
I hate that hearts break so easily

I hate that people die when they are oh so young in age
I hate it when my book is oddly missing a page

I hate it when you cry and don`t tell what is wrong
I hate the way people write random stuff down, and sing it and call it a song

I hate it when I can`t explain my feelings I think it`s about you
I hate it when you don`t know what to do

I hate it over and over again I hate it cuz I can`t stop liking you

I hate this stupid world and the place I have in it
I hate this stupid house and the life that its finished

Submitted: Monday, December 09, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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i was very mad

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