Maria Luisa Taylor

Rookie (Madrid, Spain)

I HOPE YOU'RE PROUD


I hope you see what you have done
I hope you once loved me

I hope some day you feel my pain
I hope your heart breaks jus like,
Mine.

Pain running deep...deep down,
Into my soul.

I hope it hurts you.
I hope you get what you deserve.

I hope you find yourself
I hope you're happy now.

I hope you miss me.

I HOPE YOU'RE PROUD.

Submitted: Sunday, June 14, 2009

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Comments about this poem (I HOPE YOU'RE PROUD by Maria Luisa Taylor )

  • Rookie Majida Abdul Latif (6/27/2009 10:49:00 PM)

    but if you dont want me to put any of your poems in my book then fine its okay i will just enjoy reading them thank you. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Majida Abdul Latif (6/27/2009 10:47:00 PM)

    its really lovely poem. i think you are tanted and ii just wanted to share the world with your poems by putting your name under it i am not talking anything as mine thank you anyway. i hope you didnt get me wrong but you are really talneted. (Report) Reply

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