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Sandra Kelley

Rookie (May 27,1999 / Waco, Texas)

Self Destruction


my self destruction
is all your fault,
He put me down,
he told me lies,
he used me as a trophy,
he never really wanted me,
he broke my heart

my self destruction
is all your fault,
He made me self doubt,
he made me self conscious,
he made me feel utterly hideous,
he made me think I was nothing and no one,
he made me believe I wasn't worth anything

my self destruction
is all my fault,
I believed in him,
I trusted him,
I believed every word that came out of his mouth,
I thought he was everything,
I thought he was sweet

my self destruction
is making me better,
I became more aware,
I became more cold,
I had no more kindness to give,
I put walls up to block everything out

my self destruction
is making me whole,
I met a man
He made my walls crumble
he made me laugh
he made me cry
he made my smile real
he made me think
he he is slowly fixing a broken girl
and he still makes me happy

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, August 20, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

he in the beginning could mean anyone from ex's to jeff to anyone and she/he didnt make sense and on some things they just did go with it so i stuck with he

my self destruction is all your fault is lyrics from a song called open wound by skillet that i was listen to. I was trying to figure out how to write this actually and when i heard those lyrics they kinda made sense to what i was trying to explain so thats it

a friend and I got in argument cause she thinks im to most beautiful person ever but i dont and so i thought most girls has felt this why to any extent so why not write a poem about it

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