Fighting This Anti-Breakable Wall - Poem by ashlee meldrum
Everytime you walk out of my life you don't see my world shatter to the floor,
And everytime you say 'Goodbye' I only pray to not hurt anymore.
I want to be with you and share the things that couples do,
I want to be your only one, and make all of our dreams come true.
Yet it's like I’m fighting against this anti-breakable wall,
Try to climb over it, but I only continue to fall.
I try to fight against it, but I get absolutely nowhere,
This can't be happening, it's just not fair.
Drowning in this never end of tears,
Everywhere I look I see my biggest fear.
I see you walk out of my life,
Not caring about nothing, or even what is right.
Throwing away what we've built so strong,
Feeling like you haven't loved me, not even all along.
One minute Im your everything, the next minute Im no one to you,
I just don't get it, just tell me what you want me to do.
I just want to love you, because I know its right,
Im slowly becoming weak, from fighting this wall that I continue to fight.
But Im gonna stand strong for as long as I can,
Because I want you as my love, I want you as MY man.
I want you to hold me and tell me that you care,
I just want things to be back to normal, when everything was fair..
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