Kimberly Santistevan

Rookie (Aug 11 / Colorado)

I Am Through With You - Poem by Kimberly Santistevan

Don't look at me and expect me to go back with you.
I don't know why I was with you on and off for so long.

For five long years, I dealt with your cheating.
I am ending it right here and now.
I can't stand how much you have hurt me through all these years.

I went back to you time and time again,
And I even thought at times that you were a friend.

I am tired of you always trying to get back with me
When I'm always telling you no but you just don't listen to a word that comes out of my mouth.

My heart is getting so weak from you twisting it between your fingers.
It is no longer what it was meant to be.

I am tired of getting hurt over and over by you.
You seem to think nothing is wrong to play games with me.

You never acted like you cared like you always told me.
You were always running around one me,
Always lying to my face.

I have someone new in my life
Someone who loves me and cares about me.

He is what I have needed all along
You were just a little boy getting what you want.

I will forget about you and about us,
Just don't talk to me anymore,
I don't want anything to do with you.

So I am through with you
And you were trying to play like you still miss me.

Forget you,
I have moved on.
So maybe you should too.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 18, 2011

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