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Don't you think we've hurt each other enough 
Stained your heart enough with my pens ink
Haven't you've had enough of me
Through the thunder and rain, this love we have is sick
Aren't you tired of me yet, all the lying and cheating
Don't you think you deserve better than this
Better than me, better than him, than any of your ex's
No you don't because you've gotten use to the pain
Let go of me, let go of the past, burn all my poems 
Don't be confused or conflicted, just let it all go
Don't you ever want to feel real love baby 
Don't you understand that I can't provide that for you
Even though you want me too but I just can't...
I don't want to be selfish so I'm letting you go
Because I've gotten use to the pain and so have you
But you don't have to live like this anymore 
Your in control now so go before its too late
Don't turn back for me and don't ever look back
Leave me behind, I'll be okay without you here
You'll be okay too I promise as long as you have him
As long as you have you son and he's love 
Keep your love, I can't take any more from you
So here's your heart back, I don't want to break it anymore 
I don't, I can't, it's so fragile now, so take care of it
I glued all the pieces back together the best I could 
I've fixed it so take it back and save it for someone else 
Someone less emotional, less scarred, less like me
Erase me from your heart, from you mind, from your lips 
From your life and I'll give you your life back,
No a better one because that's what you want, don't you?

Submitted: Sunday, February 17, 2013


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