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Kasey Carrazco


Why should l care


You talked all that smack ignored me as if I wasn't even there.

Demanded stuff that wasn't even your concern or care.

Then you asked forgiveness, but why should I care for you where never there.

You should've thought about that before you spoke like you had some balls.

Do what you do best, which is nothing at all.

Nothing will change so it's best if I don't care at all.

If you dont like whats said who's fault is that but yours.

That's why I don't care at all.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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