celia hinojosa

Rookie (8/24/97 / california)

love and me


why does love give me such a hard time?
its like loving me is a crime.
i try so hard to love but that's just me.
love and me weren't ment to be.
in love is there suppose to be hate?
is it wrong to fall in love on the first date?
love and me aren't ever going to get along.
love and me has a bond that isn't strong.

love why do you hate me so?
love where did you go?
i wonder if you will ever come back.
without love im going to have a heart attack.
love and me are done forever.
love and me again never.
why'd you leave me so hopeless and and weak love.

so many days i went without love
and also my love messenger my dove.
my world has only been full of hate.
my love is forever stored in a crate.
love and me are enemies
love bow down on your knees
but it wont because love and me hate each other
that's why i still have no lover
love and me aren't ment to be
love will you ever come back to me?

Submitted: Thursday, May 19, 2011
Edited: Friday, May 20, 2011

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