Madeline Fazio

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Fool To Believe

Poem by Madeline Fazio

Everyday becomes the same
How dare you say you're not to blame

You tell me I don't understand
And you're right cause' you won't take my hand

You can't just drink away your sorrows
And I can't find another heart to borrow

You build my hopes, Then knock them down
You fill my heart, Then watch it drown

You make empty promises
Then wonder why I can't trust you
You're a devastating dissapointment
And I'm a fool for believing you


Comments about Fool To Believe by Madeline Fazio

  • Adriana Cruz (1/26/2005 1:38:00 PM)

    aww madeline, i like this one a lot. is it about your momma?(Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 25, 2005