February 12, 2009
By Sean Ross BRONZE, Evansville, Wisconsin
Sean Ross BRONZE, Evansville, Wisconsin
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I loved you,
You made me,
So why would you do those things to me?
It must have been hard having me as a baby,
Or maybe, you were just lazy.

All you had to do was try,
You didn't have to lie,
Every time you spoke I felt a piece of me die,
Just stay out of my life, bye.

You were there too, my rescuer, my light in the darkness,
You helped me fight this,
But then you left too,
It must have been hard for you,
Go, save yourself,
Isn't that what we all do?
I still loved you,
I could never stop,
If anything ever happened to you my heart and soul would drop.

Now all I have is me,
Is it any different, I mean, really?
No one can get close or I'll flee,
How much more hurt can there be?

I thought I'd forgotten you,
Do you see the things you do?
I guess your hate sticks to me, just like glue.

There is nothing I can be,
To make you happy,
But who holds the key?
The key to me?

So whoever I want to be,
I will be,
I will cut through the barriers like a knife,
Because this is my life.

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