Lessons On Letting Go - Poem by Jessy Liz
You look at me,
I see through you.
You’re always planning your next move.
You seemed sincere
But I don’t care.
This isn’t going anywhere.
I should stop you,
But I don’t want to.
So just use me anyway….
Well I can’t say it doesn’t matter.
I know somehow I deserve better.
I should leave but I can’t move
I can’t walk away from you.
It’s getting late and-
I’m so frustrated.
It’ll be another sleepless night.
I’ve been burned,
And I have learned,
But it all stops right here, tonight….
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