Treasure Island

Cory Devaney

(July 20,1990 / Stoneham MA, USA)

Moving On


The sadness I've never felt before
I just don't know anymore
I've nver notice this for so long
I never thought that I was wrong
About you and your true nature

I dont understand why you hurt me
My back was being stabbed from the truth
Causing my heart to tear and bleed
So much feelings of loath
Out of my soul to you

I'm so done, so done, so done with you
And moving on with my life without you
From all these years
You made me waste it all
you know, I swear
I won't ever want to see you again

You used me for everything you wanted
I gave you all the happiness
Where is all mine everything in return I wanted?
Where is all my happiness?
You are too selfish to give away

You are just a face of a book
with the demons written in
I've had enough from the countless fights
Give me back my what you took
You never knowledge your own sins
Just like the evil heart of unbelief's

I'm so done, so done, so done with you
And moving on with my life without you
From all these years
You made me waste it all
you know, I swear
I won't ever want to see you again

I'm so done, so done, so done with you
And moving on with my life without you
From all these years
You made me waste it all
you know, I swear
I won't ever want to see you again



January 11,2014

Submitted: Saturday, January 11, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014
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Its the story of my own past relationship going through the hardships of a woman who used me for the things she wants. I have made a mistake by another woman who tries to end my relationship with the women who I was with, by ending up in a different bed while I was under the influence of drunkenness. she did forgive me for this since I had nothing to do with that other woman. Later on things got worse by her ways of yelling and trying to destroy me in many reason the things she don't like. Common example of having myself going out with my buddies to hangout like just for once a week and she hates it It was very hurtful and tough for me to go through with sadness and violence I had to go through with her. She went on to another man who I knew and she didn't care about it. it bothers me a lot.

I wrote this poem at my mothers home after the for the first time in a while when I heard the band called Papa Roach song called 'She Loves Me Not'. Once I heard that all the those feelings started to come right out of my mind to make feel better at ease. I wrote this poem in my own words with my soul to help me to forget the past and put out all the feelings I had been holding for such a long time. Which I don't need those negative responds in my head. I was happy that I overcame this and ready to move on.

I want to thank to Papa Roach from your own song 'She Loves Me Not' that made me realized life is never far. It only happen to meet with wrong people and learn from the mistake as I move on. I Thank you again, you guys ROCK! !

Cory Devaney
January 11,2014

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