I Lay Myself To Bed At Night - Poem by Joseph Childers
I lay myself to bed at night,
I hope Not to cry, but I might.
I use all my will power to try and not
Hoping by then I would have forgot
You're the reason why I'm sad
You're the reason my self-esteem is bad.
Thinking about how I'm not good enough for you.
Thinking about how I just want to,
Lay myself to bed at night,
And not cry, but I might.
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