Jess Zapata

U Sed

U sed u luved me
U sed u needed me
U sed u would always luv me
U sed u would never break my heart

U didn't luv me
U didn't need me
U never luved me
U broke my heart

U sed i was da one
U sed u cared about me
U sed u would always be faithful

I wasn't da one
U didn't care about me
U wern't faithful

Everything u sed was all just a LIE
U made me cry
U left me when I needed u da most
U sed sorry
But Baby dats not good enough

I gave u everything
but it wasn't good enough
I luved u with all my heart
But it wasn't good enough

I wish u could just see how much i luv u
I wish u could just hear me say dat 'I luv u more dan anything'

Submitted: Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 05, 2011

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Comments about this poem (U Sed by Jess Zapata )

  • Rookie Blue angel Florida (9/4/2007 5:55:00 AM)

    Interesting play with serious feelings. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Working Title (9/4/2007 3:19:00 AM)

    I really appreciated how you felt in this poem. Something I can only recently relate to. If it's true...BELIEVE ME, real love is reciprocal. Hope you get what you deserve. (just a note, the grammer and spelling is really distracting) (Report) Reply

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