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I've fallen but not before you

"I'll fix my mistakes" I said. Yet I really meant I'll change myself.

"I'll stop getting mad." I said. Yet I really meant I'll change myself.

I said to you I'd try but It never really sunk in. I've done so much wrong. If I could reverse time and start again I'd wipe all the tear's you cried for her. I'd be your shoulder from the start Instead of the black hearted b**ch I was. I'd change in a heart beat. I'd take back all the conversation's I had about you. I'd make thing's right, but I can't. Here we are at the end, or is it the end? Does all the bad really rule out all the good, or are we just not letting it through? I'd take back the laugh's and the memories to if that's what it would take to save you.

"Lies." You said.

"Your all the same saying sorry but really all you do is lie."

"I won't lie." I said. Yet I lied from the beginning. I said I was fine but really I'm falling. Everyday I say I'm fine but really everyday it get's worse. Pain increasing regret doubling. It's tearing me apart. I've fallen, fallen from the stars. I'm at rock bottom and I can see clearly now.

All you wanted was a shoulder to cry on. You missed her, you wanted to tell her you were sorry. I will be your shoulder now... but is it to late?

I've cried many tear's over this and many more for other's but none of those tears can compare to what you felt. You were falling. I should have caught you, but I let you fall and now when I ask you to catch me you won't because I didn't catch you.



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KillerKat said...
May 29, 2013 at 4:47 pm
Very nice, besides the grammar and punctiation it was very captivating and beautiful, good work
 
LiraDaeris said...
Apr. 19, 2013 at 8:15 pm
Applause and hugs. Very heartfelt, and great opener. My heart breaks for you guys. I feel bad nit picking this, because the issue is so much more important, so I'll just stick it here- Grammatically, plurals do not have an apostrophe; only possessive forms do, then your is possessive and you're is "you are." There. Done. I am so sorry for your friend and her friend. Sending hugs and prayers. You have a wonderful message in this, too, to fix your problems you must first fix yourself. Good job, an... (more »)
 
holyblondecheerleaderbatman replied...
Apr. 30, 2013 at 10:05 pm
Thank you so much for the input I'm kinda bad with grammer and stuff I need to work on it. Me and my friend are still a little iffy but we have addressed the subject and writing this made me realize more and more what I need to understand :) 
 
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