Becca Hitch


I Was Right (Never There) - Poem by Becca Hitch

for the ones who aren't all alone but feel alone no matter how many people surround them

theres someone out there who know the feeling



I hate the fact that I’m right
I prayed that i was wrong
You told me my suspicions were stupid
But my intuition was correct all along

I hate the fact i have to watch my life turn upside down
Those are the things that burned
Your life is now so perfect
The tables have officially turned

You know this feeling’
You’ve described it before
But now that your life is great you don’t care
My problems are as important as a speck of dirt on the floor.

I feel so empty
And now you don’t care
When i tell you how I’m feeling
You say nothing and just stare

One day I’ll be on top
And you’ll feel how i do in the end
And I’ll help you out and listen
Because I’m bigger person and a better friend.


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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 3, 2010



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