I Hate Love - Poem by October Freeman
I Hate Love
I hate Love,
The way it tears you apart.
The way they look at you with eyes of pity.
'We'll always be friends.' They say.
'Nothing will change.' Is what I hear.
Or if they're hurtful about it,
And they sneer it,
'I hate you! '
'Don't ever talk to me.'
'I never want to see you again...'
The words that tore at me,
Slashing me to pieces,
Ripping my broken heart to shreds...
I Hate Love!
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