Pauline Lopez Bejines


Happier Without Me


I know you love me,
I love you too.
But sometimes I fell like you'd be happier without me…
I don't know why,
And I can't explain.
But sometimes I feel like you'd be happier without me…
I know we fight,
And then we make up
But sometimes I feel like you'd be happier without me…
I know you hold me at night,
And if you don't feel me you move towards me until you do.
But sometimes I feel like you'd be happier without me…

I think it's the times when you make jokes at my cost,
Or make me sound like I'm crazy when all I did was ask a question.
Or maybe its how you love to be out with your friends until you can't stay up
Even though you know I'm up waiting for you…

I don't know why, even knowing you love me
And knowing I love you.
But sometimes I feel like you'd be happier without me…

Submitted: Friday, February 22, 2013

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This is in the back of my head when things are looking bad

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  • Titi Dale (2/22/2013 3:48:00 PM)

    I understand this poem very clearly :) u think they love you, but in their mind they are thinking something else: D thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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