Michael Buchanan

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Betray - Poem by Michael Buchanan

Here i stand, floating in time, knife to the heart, from my best friend, i trusted and loved them and here i am, opened my heart and stabbed into it. im the one to blame they only did what was in their nature. i choose to open up, and forget the past, too bad it came back to bite me in the ass. cought like a fish, unsure of what happend or what will, all i know that this is real, and this is hurt, hurt you were never worth. Pain that will never end and lonleyness that will slowly seep in and take over.

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  • (6/24/2008 4:59:00 PM)

    Man, I felt you in this poem for real. Nothing hurts more than the wounds of a friend, but I'm so glad that we have the choice to ruminate on it, or get over it. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, June 24, 2008

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