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WRITING:Poetry:Hate me. Love me. F*ck you

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14 December 2009, 02:38 PM   #1
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I was bored and this is the product of that...

You told me you loved me,
I thought you cared.
I'm such an idiot,
and your a lying fool.

Everyday I see myself grow bigger,
it scares me, it does, I want to talk to you, but you don't answer.
I'm so familiar with your answering machine I can say it in my sleep.
You ran away when I took the test, I didn't know our relationship took one to.
Mine was positive, the other was negative.
I wish it was switched, but I also don't.
I'm to good for you, and this is a part of me.

I don't miss your voice, I don't miss your face.
I'm in heaven, you don't deserve me.
I'm glad we're not together, I'm glad you don't care,
I thought I was stupid, but no, your the idiot, for running.
A coward, a fool! I wish I'd never met you.
But this little thing, this part of me growing inside, is the only thing that makes me
happy to have loved you.

I heard your voice today, you phoned me, begged, pleaded!
I told you I don't want you, that I don't love you.
You told me I was silly, that I was in denial.
Turn that statement towards yourself, then you'll see truth.
I don't need you, don't want you. Leave me alone.

I saw your face today.
Don't come to my door,
my baby, not yours, never yours.
Not long to go, but now I'm stressed.
Threats and pregnancy don't mix well.


"Write a letter to mommy sweetheart"

Dear mommy,
daddy said you went away when I was little, I miss you.
He swears he didn't kill you.
I love you so much, just like Grandpa Dave.
I'll see you soon, when we visit your grave.
From Lily...

19 December 2009, 10:40 AM   #2
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I know some friends who have felt like this when they've become pregnant. They go through
a sad stage, then an up beat stage, waiting for that maternal instinct to kick in, and it

Gets across a good message, teen pregnancy, not the best thing ever

19 December 2009, 11:44 AM   #3
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Ohh... Sad... A good poem.
@Abbi: Sometimes, it can't be helped. No use judging...

19 December 2009, 12:30 PM   #4
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@TammyLee4eva: I know that. Some of my friends are and have been pregnant couldn't help
that for reasons. But it doesn't always turn out the best choice for those who have done
it knowingly. Sometimes it is, sometimes it is.

20 December 2009, 10:16 AM    #5
Joined: 28 May 2009
Posts: 5
I like this poem, it's sad at the end but it is quite sweet in the middle. Good for a 12
year old

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