Black Dahlia - Poem by Lynn Garman
All these scars that I have on my wrists
Are all because of you.
You made me feel so low
And so used and abused
That it was the only way I could get rid of the pain
But I didn't know that I would just cause me more pain
But right now, I don't care.
You made me fall, and I lost it all.
Lost the people that love me and care about me.
Just because you told me to let them go.
That they were nothing and I just needed you.
Yeah well, now I'm alone, bleeding onto the floor.
Wishing I never met you.
Wishing I never told you I loved you.
But all I have now are mistakes and painful memories.
And to top it off, scars reminding me of you.
Which I will never be able to get rid of.
It's your fault I ended up like this.
It's your fault I feel so scared to walk you my door.
It's your fault I have scars.
I wish I could forget you and get rid of the pain
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