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you really hate me, don't you? (a poem about neglect)

you really hate me, don't you? (a poem about neglect)

Posted June 10th, 2022 by ElizieAngelina

by Elizabeth
in Texas

June 10th, 2022

Have you replaced me

I must respect "thee"

But how can I respect you

When this love has never been brand new?

You lied, you're a liar

Now I'll set your house on fire

Every day I think of the things you told

Well, behold, girl

They're gone. 

Now I see you cry

With tears in your eyes

As your house fries

Its-and your-demise

Now, keep in mind

You're next

No, I won't break your neck

I might just leave a peck

A peck of loss


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