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Word are.... just words.
Some, unknown to man.
But there are some words that hurt.
Words people don't even think hurt, but they do.
There are words that show love and kindness to people.
That's all they will ever be.... jut words.
They are the things that can express so much feeling and emotion.
Words that can cheer a person up, or bring them down.
Words that not everyone will be able to explain.
Or so I thought.
You made my words make sense but then you used them against me, hurting me.
Those words that used to show kindness, now showing hatred.
But there's always that one person.
Who's words never hurt.
Words that always make me happy.
Words that can never bring me down.
So I must thank the Lord for words and you.
Yes there is HIM but I think I'll let him go, he's not worth it.
Not through the fighting, anger and hatred.
He's not worth it yet, I know you'll never let him go.
He may bother you at times too but you still love him.
So maybe I'll have to forget you too.
Thinking about forgetting you hurts.
What is needed to be happy must be done.
But in the end aren't we all forgotten?