Brittany Meyne

Rookie (08/16/89 / IOWA CITY)

why care


why should i care
if your not here
and even though gave you everything i could have possibly given
its your loss not mine.....
even though my hearts gone and every shred of faith i ever had of you is gone too
why should i care
but the truth is i do care for you
i try not to
the thoughts make me sad
why should i care
you've never thought of what we could've had
dont you understand
i cared for you deeply
i cant believe you didnt see me and everything i did for you
but why should i care
its not my fault your heart is bare
cant you see youve caused my heart to tear
so why should i care
but the truth is i dont
not anymore
i always knew you had a good heart
but you always caused people to hurt
you just let it sit collecting dust leaving it empty
so why should i care you've never loved me....

Submitted: Thursday, June 01, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 02, 2010

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  • Rookie Andrea Szyhowski (6/22/2006 2:20:00 PM)

    ....um....the one talking sounds like me a little so I know how that feels............love the poem.. (Report) Reply

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