Lexie Night


Im okay orginal


I wish life was fair
I wish I could explain my feeling
I wish I would dare
I wish I didn’t get mad at you
I wish I didn’t think you were bad

I wish I hadn’t given up
I wish I didn’t drive you up the walls
I wish you understood
I wish you had held me
I wish you had been there
I wish every time I cried that I wouldn’t have died inside and that you had tried to stop it
I wish you knew what I’m talking about

I wish my tears hadn’t gone away
I wish you wouldn’t try so hard
I wish I wanted you to stay
I wish you knew why I gave up
I wish you would, too
I wish it weren’t too late

I wish I didn’t have to listen to you ramble on
I wish you knew about the river of tears I once cried for you
I wish I had told you before
I wish you had wanted me
I wish you knew how that once plagued me, but not anymore
I wish you knew I am happy with my life, even if you wish you could change it, because to me it’s perfect.

Submitted: Thursday, March 28, 2013

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