Kaitlyn Bell

(8/13/95 / Fenton)

Why


I didn’t expect him to turn his back
I didn’t expect that he was using me as his little toy
I didn’t want to except the fact that he had used me to get information
Why?
I didn’t want him to hurt anyone else
The way he had just hurt me
I didn’t want anyone to go through the pain I’m going through
Why?
Am I not good enough for him to realize that this pain was going to kill me?
Or am I just too dense that he doesn’t care about me at all
The way he talked to her is the same way he talked to me
They had planned this all along
Why?
Maybe he was right
Maybe I am better off dead than I am alive
Maybe if I ended it here and now he would realize what he has done to my heart

Submitted: Friday, November 20, 2009

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  • Allan O (11/20/2009 9:36:00 PM)

    very well written...sad that any man would take such advantages...but as it is said no man is perfect..not even myself...but i try to be good atleast...and would not torment or to say the most harm a lady..thats just wrong..nice write Kait.. ~^..^ (Report) Reply

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