Moving On (Not Worth It)

April 22, 2011
I never thought that you’d be gone,
But I guess as always; you proved me wrong.
I won’t say that I’m missing you now.
To be honest, at heart, I’m glad we’re apart.
I said I would wait for you,
Though they told me not to.
What I didn’t know was just how strong I was.

Now you’re gone,
And I’m happier than you could know.
You were wrong,
To keep from letting me move on and grow.
So you’re gone,
And I want only to never ever see your face again,
I don’t want to pretend,
You were worth it.

You thought that I couldn’t move on.
I won’t blame you for that; it was hard holding back.
A lot of nights, I’d just sit on my own,
Watching shadows of the past, but those times couldn’t last.
Even now as I write,
In my mind’s inner eye,
I can see exactly what went wrong.

Now you’re gone,
And I’m happier than you could know.
You were wrong,
To keep from letting me move on and grow.
So you’re gone,
And I want only to never ever see your face again,
I don’t have to pretend,
That you're worth it.

But I’ll thank you,
For lessons you taught me,
For reasons you gave me to try.
But I hate you,
For the lies you gave me,
You can’t even look me in the eye.

Now it’s been,
A while since I last spoke to you.
I’ve moved on,
Life goes on regardless of you.
And I’ll say to you right here, right now,
To you, I’ve nothing more to say.
Except for maybe,
You’re not worth it.

(No, no)
You broke it.
(Whatever we had)
I don’t want it.
(Don’t ever come back)





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