Just Because - Poem by amanda Hulme
Just because I was there doesn’t mean
You can take advantage of me.
But when you ask me to go out with you
I may say yes, but don’t be surprised
if I say no.
Just because you are abused and hurting
Don’t take it out on me,
I am there to help not to be fooled,
Do not use me as a Weapon
but a tool.
Just because you hate me doesn’t give you the right to be mean.
So when you decide to change I’ll be here unless I found
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