Kim Wilson

I Hate You - Poem by Kim Wilson

I hate you
It sound so final, it sounds so hurtful, but is it right for you to hurt me without any remorse?
I hate you
It's easy to say today was hard to say yesterday and impossible to say a week ago, but you know what?
I hate you
I can't scream it loud enough, I can't repeat it enough. I can't think it enough, you know what?
I hate you.
Should I choose another word to express the feelings of how I felt when you left?
Should I sit and think maybe the word I hate you is to strong and maybe it's not hate that I fee when you left me?
Should I try to replace the word hate with dislike and continue to scream out to the world?
I dislike you?
No.. No.. No.. I hate you, and I hate you.
I hate you for making me love you then leaving me.
I hate you for making me believe in you.
I hate you for allowing me to see what's good and how good good can get.
I hate you loving me.
I hate you touching me.
I hate you rubbing me.
I hate laying with you.
I hate you kissing me.
I hate you rebuilding me.
I hate you for everything you have done to me and what you haven't done.
I hate you for opening my eyes to see what love can be.
You know what?
I hate you!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 18, 2010

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