Treasure Island

Dillon Crawford

(Canada)

Regret


I regret to have known you
I regret to still see you
I regret my decision
But you cut me deep
Far more then a knife
I almost wish you had just used one
For pain I can recover from
But love is hard
It stays with you forever
This was no exception
For I cannot live with this
So I mustn’t live at all
So when I finally jump
Just know this
I still love you

Submitted: Sunday, October 03, 2010

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