Treasure Island

Jennifer Rondeau

(03/16/90 / Seoul)

Sad to see him go


Its sad to see him go,
Go away to nothingness,
He made me feel pity for me,
Myself pity,
Pity that I should not feel for him,
He made me so mad that I should not feel sorry for him,
He comes and goes as he pleases in my life,
He made me feel as if I did not exist to him,
He should feel sorry for me cause I went through a lot ever since he left me with this broken heart,
Sad to see him go,
Its my fault that I didn’t try hard enough to be there for him yet he was never there for me in began with,
I have the rights to be anger with him,
He made me feel like I was losing my mind,
Sad to say that I do declare I have somewhat feel pity for him,
Yet so sad to see him go.

Submitted: Wednesday, April 05, 2006
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  • Sarah Pritchard (12/11/2006 7:01:00 AM)

    this poem realated to me heaps im goin thru it now...and if this is a piece out of your own life..u shouldnt feel sorry for him at all.... cause that way he wins..if he's not there for u, u should find someone who will be...its the letting go and detaching urself, which is the hard part..... sarah keep up the great poetry :) (Report) Reply

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