Christina Phan

Rookie - 218 Points (May,2,1992)

Looking Back - Poem by Christina Phan

Looking back
It killed me on inside
I stayed at closed doors
I wish there are things that I can change
I realized why we act way we do
We didn't communicated enough
We keep hurting each other
We keep fighting
We can't let each other go
Our love for each other was so deep
We don't want to lose the one we love the most
When relationships get worst, it never gets better
We make the same mistakes every time
We didn't trust each other
Everything went wrong
At end we are not together anymore
I don't want to fight these battles anymore
I never get sleep anymore
I am not who I used to be
Love hurts so much
I cry so much
I felt so worthless
I keep forgiving you
I stay around
I frown so much
We grow apart
We can never get back love we once had
That was it
I see light at end of tunnel
I went on to doing better things
We went our separate ways
Nothing left to do
All this pain gone away
I have grown up so much
These are things that I left behind
I can't give our relationship another try
I'm afraid you will damaged me more,
It be same thing over and over, and
Our relationship stays right where is
There nothing you can do to provide to me that you change
I'm not that girl anymore
Looking back


Poet's Notes about The Poem

We all deal with relationship that we wish it never happen in the first place. It happen because we fall in love with wrong person that we know that we can't have future with. We all go throught this pain and sorrow. Some of us think we need that person no matter what. Eventually, you realized that you can find someone better and get on with your life. It does takes time to heal and recover. There are so many great things happen in my life once I realized that I stop fighting these battles and let God fight the battle for me. Trust me, everything be find at end.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 23, 2012



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