Carrie Salazar

Rookie (11 03 91 / Harrah\Oklahoma)

A Message To My Ex - Poem by Carrie Salazar

I love you…
But I don’t know if I can be with you
I am tired of you treating me like crap
I wish you would treat me like your princess again.

I wish I knew if you loved me
Not puppy love or anything like that
Real love, true love,
The kind where it will never die…

I don’t know what to do…
I miss you so much.
I miss the person you were
The person who I could call anytime and just talk about nothing.

I really am confused…
You say you love me
But when comes down to it
You push me away and to the side.

I am so lost…
What is it that you want…
I think you love the idea of me
Not the real true me.

Then again, I remember those times…
When nothing could tear us apart.
When all I had to do is say your name and I would feel safe.
When you trusted me…

I don’t what to do…
I wish I did…
It’s not fair…
We were supposed to be together forever…
Me and you…. Just me and you…

What happened to us…
Why can’t we be that again?
Why can’t I call you up and
We just talk about nothing

I miss you….
I need you…
I love you…

But I can’t do this anymore…
I can’t keep pretending like it doesn’t bother me
When you say some things…
When you never even find time for me….

I am sorry I love you…. But I think we should move on….
If you need me, I will be here….
I still wish we could be friends and then may just maybe
But right now, I think we should move on… I am sorry….

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  • Al Ramos (1/22/2008 9:55:00 PM)

    Heartbreak, I've have visited it a thousand times, but guess what, no matter how hard you try that crack will remain, stay with you forever. So use that opening to let new love come in. It's there waiting for you to open the door. Remember, the door swings both ways, let a little pain out and lot of love in. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 22, 2008



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