charlotte serjent


Just A Distant Memory - Poem by charlotte serjent

As I look back on our memories,
Just a year ago,
How you were so perfect,
Why did i let you go?

You were everything I could have asked for,
And the time we were together flew by,
But now I think of how you hurt me,
And how you made me cry,

You woke up one day and completly changed,
You turned my world upside down,
And I know i hurt you by turning away,
As I saw you in tears on the ground,

You said to me you trusted me,
But it wasn't really true,
And now i know how stupid I was,
To fall in love with you,

It was heartbreaking knowingit was coming to an end,
But I had to do what was right,
Because I realised that you were not worth it,
When i started crying myself to sleep at night,

Together forever you would say to me,
But that was just a dream,
Because that dream bubble soon burst into a nightmare,
When you became constantly mean,

I hope you realise I have now moved on,
And I think that you should too,
Because it doesn't bother me you saying you hate me,
Because guess what...
For what you done i hate you too!

As i look back on out memories,
Just a year ago,
You weren't actually all that perfect,
And i'm glad I let you go.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 24, 2011


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