Susan Yaeger

! @#$%^$(&&$&%@$#! $&(* - Poem by Susan Yaeger

there was a time i thought 'i like him'
a time i thought 'i love him'
a time i thought 'i hate him'
and yet its something different

you see i really love you
which is the only reson i do things
you see im not using you
i just wish you could see that i do love you

you kiss me when no one is looking
you do stuff when no one is around
me i just dont understand
how you say that you care

you told me yesterday
that you dont love me at all
and since that is the case
i dont want you at all

you see im not a toy
im not your playmate
i am a teenage girl
who fell in love with a sexual boy

i wish that you would realize
how bad you make me feel
i do stuff because i love you
and you do stuff because you know i do

i love you so much
i wish you would open your eyes
stop using me
and playing with my life

stop telling me you love me
when you really dont
stop even kissing me
since you dont around others

im telling you this now
to help you in the future
i dont want you to hurt another girl
and use her like you use me

good-bye my love
i will never forget you
but i cant live like this
any longer

Comments about ! @#$%^$(&&$&%@$#! $&(* by Susan Yaeger

  • Gilbert Pangyarihan (5/11/2005 11:54:00 AM)

    Nice try! I could just imagine the poetry in motion you just have been through. (Report)Reply

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  • (5/11/2005 9:13:00 AM)

    The title caught my attention but nothing else did. Romantic breakup poems are pretty darn common around here. This one is much like the others. I wish we could just have one generic breakup poem and then people could just sign their names to it instead of posting what they think is an original poem. Sorry Susan, this poem of yours reads more like a journal entry. I'm sure it's heartfelt, but emotion alone does not make a poem. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Poem Edited: Friday, December 2, 2005

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