Ashleigh R. Gardner


I Hate You


i thought i never could hate you
only love for you would come from me
but you hurt me and now i don't have the strength
to love you in any way anymore
you shouldn't have used me
you shouldn't have thrown me away
and i shouldn't have let you
now your heart is yearning for someone
who is the complete definition of stupidity
the complete creator of jerks and assholes
and now it is not my problem
i hope you hurt as much as you hurt me
i hope you cry meaningless tears like i did
and i hope i can get mad at you like you did at me
you're ungrateful and i despise you now
you chose them over someone who loved you
and you've lost something that could've done good for you
but now you will never have it, you ruined it completely
whatever love i had left for you is gone
i associate hurt with you now
that's all you've done for me
i am so angry with you and who've you chosen
i hope you both hurt, i hope you both bleed
i'm done with you, you ungrateful killer
i hate you for what you've done to me
i hate the way you make me feel
and i hope you rot and i hope you decompose in your own despair
as i have


i will never love you again

Submitted: Saturday, November 07, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, November 10, 2009

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