What I Hate About You - Poem by Scarlett Blades
I hate the way you’re always right.
I hate the way you sometimes lie.
I hate the way you deny when actually,
You just don’t want me to be right.
I hate the way you never answer
Me any better than anyone else
But you get me sadder when you
Fell gladder that you’ve had me battered.
I hate how you can be so cruel
(You can sometimes act like a mule)
Sometimes, I wish I could push you
Down a hill.
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