Sarah matthews

Rookie (feb 17th 93 / in a hospital in columbus)

Torn Between The Two - Poem by Sarah matthews

Today was the day! Today was supposed to be our day.
The day that we just sit back and relax.
But instead, as always, drama was filled instead.
Leaving in 4 days and wondering what will happen while
I am gone and wondering how loyal my boyfriend can be.
Wondering how badly it would hurt if you broke
my heart........ wondering how long it would take before you found someone new. I want to know am I a someone to you?
Or was I just another piece of ass?
I'm not giving up on love I'm just taking
a temporary break from it.
Not wanting any involvement with any guys during
my break and just wanting to be able to have fun and not worry about
my boyfriend cheating or lying to me.
Come July 4th your off probation and we'll be drunk as hell,
and who knows what will happen.
Never knowing what will happen next and always wondering how
things are gonna turn out in the end always amused me.
But always knowing who was cheating on who,
and always knowing how badly it hurt to keep those
secrets from friends and family.
If told those lies would destroy the deepest friendships,
sisters, tear apart familys, and kill the love all together.
When the lies would be released then so would the blood from
my veins for not telling. But then again I can't win either was because
either I am getting eaten alive or my my wrists are being slit because
the pain is so intentese that cutting actually relives the pain.
The rubberband can no longer help and no longer interupts
the thought of suicide, only does it increase it.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 9, 2011


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