Johnathon Kaniarz

Rookie (02-13-95 / Milan, Ohio)

Why Won't You Leave


Why wont you leave
when will you believe
that I don't care for you
that's why I said we're through

you don't seem to realize
the fire burning in my eyes
why don't you see
the scar you gave to me

why don't you go away
I don't want you to stay
your nothing to me anymore
except the reason my heart is sore

why won't you leave
when will you believe
that I don't care for you
that's why I said we're through

I'm tired of all your lying
I'm tired of all the crying
I wish that you knew
that I'm tired of you

why won't you listen
so I don't have to say it again
we ended a long time ago
but there's something I need to know

Why won't you leave

Submitted: Thursday, November 24, 2011
Edited: Friday, November 25, 2011
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Comments about this poem (Why Won't You Leave by Johnathon Kaniarz )

  • Rookie Tyease Collins (11/29/2011 9:02:00 PM)

    Lovely poem. Very very nice. It's a shame that someone had to go through such heartache because no one deserves to go through such a thing.10++


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