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Mr. Nothing

You acted like I was meaningful,
Now I lay hear with tears,
It was like my glass seemed half full,
Now I sit with all these fears,

I don’t love you the way I did,
You used to mean so much more,
Now these thoughts of you I rid,
Myself. And it’s only her I adore.

I loved you like you were something,
Now you walk away,
I may not be truly a king,
And now my heart has to pay,

Now I call you Mr. Nothing,
I won’t take your lies,
My life you were rushing,
Now I teat you like the flies.

I walk away and double over,
With the pain in my heart,
I’m aimless like the mars rover,
And now I feel like a sweet tart,

Used to be loved,
And now I’m not,
I may not be shoved,
But this wind is strong and hot,

It pushes me off this ledge,
And the water below is infinite,
“In god I trust” is the only pledge,
And as I plunge down, it gets dark like the pit,

The one you call your words,
Meaningless and sad,
I must follow these herds,
And when I make it out, I’ll be glad,

But until then,
I sat here and weep,
Mr. Nothing to my skin,
And now my feelings show they’re deep.





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