Killing Me Slowly

Poem By Samantha Stough

Breathing ancient words
I remember they're yours
Pleasant and fake
I will never want to think think again
Be my sorrow,
It's better than you feigning friend
I remember your words so clearly:
'There is no 'we'...I go where I please and you do the same.'
Stop trying to blame me,
You are your own problem
I hate you so much
One, because you have caused me stress and agony in many different ways
Two, because I still can't stop thinking about how perfect you used to be
I try to let you go, but you hold on so tight
You gave me a curse that kills me slowly

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