danielle bennett

Rookie (8/15/95 / Kingman, Arizona)

You Should Know The Real Truth - Poem by danielle bennett

I don't want to lose you
but I guess I don't choose
you've decided to leave
and I can't make that change
but I can tell you
how much I really care
possible tell you the truth
about everything
and I know it might make thing worse
but you deserve to knoe
why I lied but them agian
maybe the lies were better
yea they hurt you
but if you knew the truth
you wouldn't understnad and probably be in more pain
you really do need to know
the truth of all the lies I've made
but your not ready
to know the reasons I lied
but keeping the truth from you
will make you end up hating me
though with the truth
you'll just hate me faster
and want nothing to do with me


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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 9, 2009



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