Harlea Quinn66


Over You - Poem by Harlea Quinn66

'I'm never going back...'
These are the words I said
To my most trusted friend
He never knew that it was a lie
I never knew it was a lie...
You broke my heart
So many times in the past
I hurt myself because of you...
I couldn't speak
Without crying
I couldn't look
Without my heart breaking
I avoided everyone
For they all reminded me of you
They knew something was wrong
But they never bothered to ask...
I was wondering to myself
'How can someone be so cruel? '
'How can someone hurt this much
Without meaning to? '
I couldn't stand it
Everytime my head hit my pillow
The tears would fall
Soaking me to the bone
In hurt
And lies
I wrote words
And letters
But that didn't help...
I turned to the knife...
And watched the blood spill
'Oh God...'
I said
What have I done?
What have YOU done?
Why are you doing this to me?
Why am I doing this to me?
I let myself become this monster...
But then
I realised
You're not worth it
At least that's what I thought...
But little did I know
That your worth all of it
For I have gone back to you
To your lies
Eventually this will kill me
Hopefully...
You won't let that happen
Because
Hopefully...
You love me like I love you
So much that it hurts everyday


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 14, 2011

Poem Edited: Tuesday, November 15, 2011


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