Karley Kay

(6/22 / Found My Relief)

Black And White


It’s either this way or that
No in between
Either I love you or I don’t
Either I’m with him or I’m with you
Either you love me or you hate me
Either you kiss me or you push me away
This is the way it’s always been
Between you and me.

Rollercoaster of emotions
Anger, depression, sadness
Hate, love, it’s always the same
You love me when you can’t have me
You hate me when I say something
That you just can’t stand to hear
More than anything all we do is fight
And we’re not even together anymore

When you were with someone new, I loved you
When I’m with him, your hurt
Always playing the guilt card on me
Begging me to leave him,
To take you back but guess what?
I don’t love you anymore
Hurtful words come from your mouth
Words you know aren’t true but know that they hurt.

The cycle never ends, you love me
Then your mad, we fight
Then you tell me that you cant liove me anymore
Until the day you come crawling back
Saying you can’t live without me
Crying myself to sleep over you
Wishing I could somehow fix this
But having no idea how

Submitted: Thursday, January 12, 2012
Edited: Friday, January 13, 2012

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  • Dave Walker (1/12/2012 4:20:00 PM)

    A great poem, liked it. A good write.
    May i invite you to read my new poem called,
    Human Right. (Report) Reply

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