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I don't need you
I don’t need you anymore;
The holes you left, I’ve filled
With fantastic fabrications
of memories happier than
any I made with you.
I don’t miss your drama
Or the way that you treated me.
And I sure as hell don’t miss
Feeling like everything was my fault.
I don’t miss the way you made me
worry about what I said or how I said it,
or the fact that I censored myself
just to try and please you.
I don’t miss the smiles that warmed
Up my day, because I don’t miss the
frowns you traded me them for.
I don’t need to feel like I’m not good enough,
Or that I haven’t tried hard enough to do something.
I don’t need a leash or an owner to keep me under thumb,
And I don’t need someone who wants everything for free.
I feel no more pain or mood swings.
Life is now constant, Without your waves to rock my boat.
What highs, but what lows. I don’t need them.
You were my greatest nightmare and my
Ultimate desire; a drug of the highest degree.
But I broke my addiction and my withdrawal is over.
I don’t need you anymore.