That Person


A Note To Somebody Who Once Cared - Poem by That Person

Hey man, what have you been up to?
Not a whole lot here, I just can't seem to get over you

Everything you used to tell me haunts me at night
I know If I forget it all, I'll be alright

You used to tell me you really loved me and I know those things you once said came deep from within your heart
But then you stopped telling me you loved me, then my world started painfully and slowly falling apart

I guess all the emotions I poured into your heart was just a waste of time
My heart is gone now, you stole it, you commited a crime

The more I think I care for you, the less I actually do
Come to think of it, Im not the one who lost anything... that was you

one of these days your going to look back and be mad
Because you lost one of the best things you ever had

So now I guess, as you can tell... Im over you
All I have to say now is I hope your over me too...


Comments about A Note To Somebody Who Once Cared by That Person

  • (1/16/2010 11:51:00 AM)


    wow man you're really good! i really like your style! U ROCK! ! ! (Report) Reply

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  • (3/31/2006 5:45:00 PM)


    Oh wow, I really liked this poem. I know exactly how you feel, I have been in that same situation before. Just think of it as his loss, one day he will realize what he missed out on. This was a really good poem. I hope to read more from you.

    Crystal
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 30, 2006



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