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Worst feelings

The one with the most hurt heart has always been the one who sacrifices so much. It’s sad when you don’t know, if your partner is into you. It’s even more sad, when you feel alone. The worst feeling in the world is loving someone who doesn’t value you. Theirs those times where the human brain can’t function on how to communicate your true feelings. The lack of proper communication leads to confusion, the unwanted thoughts of why can’t you be treated like you treat them? Why can’t you receive the same affection you give them? Why can’t you receive the same support you give them. The worst feeling is knowing how much you sacrificed, just to help out your partner than to just be shitted on. The worst feeling is wondering why, no one appreciates or puts effort into you, even though you put so much effort into them. During these times, your mind goes through ups and downs to the point you feel like giving up! The worst feeling is sitting and wondering how long your partner will continue playing their best scene of there life. It’s a sad world out here and it appears theirs a lot of hurt people, who will take all their hurt out on you even though you deserve better from them. Even though you are not the one who hurt them. The worst feeling is feeling like they are retaliating against you because of what there past did to them. Some people give up on-giving the effort of really, truly showing the person love, just because they have been hurt, abused mentally, physically and emotionally. The worst feeling is wondering, how can they show you true love, when they are not healed themselves? How can they separate the past from the current? The worst feeling in the world is knowing all this and you still provide unconditional love and get shitted on! The worst feeling in the world is sitting waiting patiently for that day they meet karma!!

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Have you ever felt like your partner is ashamed of you?

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Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I started writing poems as an outlet, when I was 11 years old and just continued on. I think I have evolved to spoken word. Soon hoping to have several short books of life. more…

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