Bailey Schatte

Rookie (09-08-1997)

Never Get Too Attached


Never get to attached with someone in life
it always ends in
Tears
Pain
And agony.

You give your heart away
Just for it to be
Broken
Battered
Ripped in half
And handed back to you.

The person you want most will never want you most.
The person you want the most will
Break you
Hurt you
And kill you if you let them.

Life is meant to be lived alone.
No weaknesses
Heartbreaks
Worries
Or problems to deal with that way.

When you've hit rock bottom
You will realize everything I am saying is true.
But we all have to go through it before we can understand.
Some people don't live through it
They are the lucky ones.
If you continue to live
All you will ever think about
Is that moment you hit rock bottom
Because the one you wanted
Loved
And cared for the most
Is the one that you lost.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, March 07, 2012

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