Daniel Wittfoth

Rookie (January 8th,1966)

Look What You'Ve Done To Me - Poem by Daniel Wittfoth

Standing in the rain
somehow-just waiting for the pain
To wash away
these unwanted emotions

Swelling up-'til it overflows
screaming out-wanting it all just to go
Feel myself-slipping out of control
still thinking about you-and all we knew

Look what you've done to me
the all-you took from me
Thought what we had was something
turned out to be nothing
and that's what you left me
Look what you've done to me
look what you've done to me

Seeing you that way
like we never-
And it's all I can do
not to break down-falll apart
To give into-what's ripping me apart
let these tears fall where they may

Look what you've done to me
the all-you took from me
Thought what we had was something
turned out to be nothing
and that's what you left me
Look what you've done to me
look what you've done to me...


Comments about Look What You'Ve Done To Me by Daniel Wittfoth

  • (5/30/2006 3:28:00 PM)

    happen to me too many times.

    i fixed that situation, though.

    i found somebody very very special, to help me forget someone special.

    i loved my job once too... i quit and found another one.
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  • (5/30/2006 2:58:00 PM)

    HI! ! !


    GOOD LUCK, SEE YA.
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 30, 2006



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