Don'T Cry. - Poem by Hannah Coblentz
My mother used to tell me that I should never cry over someone who doesn't deserve my tears. I couldn't help it. I'd bawl my eyes out if my heart was broken, if someone had called me fat, if someone had made fun of me, or hurt me. My mother would hold me in her arms and say, 'Don't cry, ' she would sigh, and then continue, 'they aren't worth your tears or your time if they hurt you like this.' my mother taught me how I shouldn't waste my time on crying over stupid people who don't deserve my tears. I know now, if my friends cry, to tell them what my mom tells me. They aren't worth your tears if they hurt you so badly it makes tears in your eyes. Always remember not to give time to the losers who hurt you more than once.
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