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How much it hurt me

Jesse D. Black 1985 (Ohio)

You saw how much it hurt me! And yet you did it anyways! You watched me as i fell apart! Its almost like you never even cared! You seen me at my lowest point! But you were never really there! You stood there watching as my world came crashing down! And you did it with a smile on your face! You took my love for granted! You threw it to the side! You faked your love to keep me hanging by a thread! You made me feel like i wanted to be dead! You left me here all by my self! Like a toy puppet you put me on a shelf! You witnessed as my tears ran down! Then turned your back and forced me to face this all alone! You made this my reality! And its always been one of my biggest fears! So now that my heart is broken and these words have been spoken! I take my bow and give to you this final thought! No matter how bad im hurting or how much I will suffer! These things you've done have only made me tougher!
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