Brittany Wright

Rookie (03/27/90 / Hampton)

What Really Hurts - Poem by Brittany Wright

i never hurt you
i always tried
i loved you
but you hurt me
you never tried
don’t you dare say you loved me
you told me to leave
and so I left
but I gave you one more try
and as always
i’m biting my lip trying not to cry
and it doesn’t matter to you
but I was your daughter
and I still cared about you
but now I feel nothing towards you
and what really hurts
is that I didn’t choose to have you
you chose to have me
well you messed up
so now in your life
i never happened
now in your head
i’m a person that doesn’t exist
i’m just a sad daughter
who’s hurt
and motherless

Comments about What Really Hurts by Brittany Wright

  • (7/26/2007 1:02:00 AM)

    Great art, whatever you thought you were when you wrote, is all gone, and NOW is What you ARE a POET Published to the WORLD your deepest feelings. Thank you for sharing, shy high fly in Peace and Light Weightless! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, July 26, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 24, 2011

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