Angelica Mondragon


I Want You Back.. - Poem by Angelica Mondragon

i miss this

and i dont know why

im hurting here

so confused inside

its not sapsed to be like this

im not saposed to wanan cry

now a tear flows down

an hits this page

im thinkng about you

and the promises you made

i can rember everything but this

why its over now

why did i say good-bye?

i gave you the line i always hated

the lets just be friends

i waited and waited and you never called

i hated you for so long

now i cant my heart wont let me anymore

i want you back

i want you back

im beging here take me back

i never thought it would end like this

i dont want to hate you.

its not like the others

i want you

ill beg for

ill do anthing but ask

so u, ask me please

tell me you feel the same

tell me your sorry it ended

tell me you want things the old way

the way it was was when we were in love

the way it was...

ill take it back

ill take it all back now

i told everyone i was over you

i told everyone i wanted it like this

and now i dont

please baby please be the one i turn to

be the one whos there when times are rough

be the one worth crying over

but the one who would die before he made me shed a tear

i still dont know why i find you so

so somthing

i want you back

and i cant stand this

what do i do please

because if i tell you

tell you everything im feeling right now

youll laugh at me

youll be right again

and right now honestly i dont care

id take the fact that i was wrong ill apologize

just take me back

be my baby onece again


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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2005



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