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Please, Don't Give Up on Me

when you finally let go of your hold,
that's when I finally feel the cold,
life just sits there and laughs in my face,
as i start to hurt, start to sink in my place,
you give up on me and i want to cry'
i don't (give up on you), but fail now i feel like i want to die,
my meaning of life, my purpose is gone
memories flood, turn to pain, and blood is drawn
was every happy memory all in vain
was it pointless, or am i just going insane
everything seemed so damn perfect,
but with one break, i try to help and you reject
i will not repeat the past,
i will, i would, i can do anything so we can last
which is possible, you just have to want it
any mistakes are okay to flaunt
it's better to have little cracks you can see
than big ones hidden where none should be
i love you which is way more than worth its weight in gold
being with you can have more time as long as you keep your hold
a hold i'd never break
a risk i wish you'd never take





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ShernayB. This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. said...
Jan. 16, 2010 at 10:53 pm
Strong piece. I can see you really love this girl. Emotions are pulsating from every line. OUTSTANDING!
 
riotgirl1134 said...
Nov. 18, 2009 at 5:02 pm
Hey Warren!! I love the poem.
 
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