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Faythe Taylor


Why Can't You See?


You left me sitting there alone on a park bench
I waited for you
But you were never there

Why can't you see
your killing me
Why can't you see
your hurting me

I just wanted to be happy
and you just couldn't listen
now im sitting here
with a shotgun to my head

Waiting to see if any one will stop me
I sit to see if anyone cares
I thought you out of all people
would come and rescue me

But you left me sitting there alone on a park bench
now i lay coverd in blood
Oh Why can't you see
you just killed me?

Submitted: Tuesday, July 01, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, July 02, 2008

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  • Rookie Sandy nobody (7/1/2008 11:36:00 PM)

    so filled with pain and emotions faythe...good poem..but trust me the pain does get better with time...and wrting it out helps a lot...hugs (Report) Reply

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