Treasure Island

Amanda Deupree


Walk Away


The hardest thing I've had to do
is admit to loving you.
The hardest thing I've had to say
is goodbye and walk away.
When the day comes you need me too,
remember what you've put me through.
If ever you believe you may,
say the words I've begged you say,
take those thoughts and leave.
I've had enough of how you deceive.
Keep this with you in your heart.
It's time to make a fresh start.
The hardest thing I'll ever do
is deny loving you.
The hardest thing to have to say
is goodbye, when you walk away.

Submitted: Thursday, May 16, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 17, 2013

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I wrote this in January of 2011. It was a hard time in my life when I finally realized that I was never loved by the one whom I had loved for a very long time. The poem is self-explanatory, but the relationship surrounding it was complicated.

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