Sara Panicali

(august 28 1990)

More Than I Can Bare


This pain I feel inside
Hurts almost more than I can bare
It bothers me so much
That it seems like it doesn't even matter to you
I want us to be together
But things between us are just getting worse
We argue all time
no matter lately what I say or do
Or even how I feel
You're to oblivious
Or just don't care, even the times I need you most
I know I should just walk away
that will hurt as well
I don't know what I should do
I know I can't live without you
But I don't want to see us hurting like we are
I want things to be like they used to be
It's frustrating we can't figure things out
Why we're going downhill
Either way it'll be hard
No matter what we choose
I'm madly in love with you
Sometimes I rather deal with our downs
At least I would be with you
And keep hoping that maybe things may change

Submitted: Tuesday, March 25, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, March 25, 2014

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