Treasure Island

raesheka antwine


stop hurting me

stop hurting me
i feel the pain in my sleep
scared that your going to do it again
make me feel like a queen
then hurt me and make me feel like it was a dream
hurt me with words
so deep and painful
tell me love me
then say you never cared
i want you
but i feel like you love hurting me
take this love
i want to feel
you give me hope
then turn them in to lost dreams
hurt by those things
that they call love
that they say will heel millions
but hurt so many
i been with plenty
but you i have
but your so far away
i want to love like we use to
is it me
or is the pain
you love makeing me cry
so bad that i feel like i should die
time this heart
i say please
you hurt me
yet i smile

now the question is who is hurting when i die
and theres no one left to hurt

i gave you my all
and you gave me pain
now i hear you cry my name
now who is hurting now
im in a better place
and now all that love you waste

HA im happy and your hurt now

Submitted: Monday, February 25, 2013

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