A Fool For Still Loving You - Poem by Leesaan Robertson
A fool for still loving you
You broke my heart into a million pieces
And scattered it; all over the floor
You left it damaged; when you walked out the door
Yet I'm craving for you more
You have crushed my soul like ice
And did not stop to think twice.
I feel like a fool for still loving you
After all you have put me through
And ignoring the horrifying things you would do
Repeatedly to me
You have not shown one remorse
At times; I thought you would take my life
And make me a corpse.
My heart is fighting to be whole again
It's hard mending it back together; And I can't pretend
That it won't be a long time; until all this agony comes to an end
You have turned my life upside down
And all I could think of is having you around.
Apart of me died; when you vanished that day
And didn't look my way
You kept on going; with out a word to say
You should have just put a gun to my head
And left me dead
Because that's how cold and terrifying; you had me feeling.
I wish I could stop loving you
But my heart don't want me to
It's like you're a drug; I must have constantly
I don't know why; when you hurt me so badly
You pumped my body up with fear
And made me scared
You were my worse nightmare
So why my heart refuses to stop loving you?
It's not like; you have the same love for me too
That's why I'm ready to let you go and find somebody new.
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