You Hurt Me

Poem By Lauren Phillips

you hurt me once
and now you want to hurt me twice?
you left me alone
left my life
now you want to come back?
it doesn't work that way, hun
you broke me
it took a while for me to put myself back together
all i had was taken away.
now you want what you gave up back?
you've just come back to open these old wounds
wounds that had long been healed
just wanting you're infectious lies
to slowly distroy me completly
i have moved on
i have a life.
so now that you don't
do you really expect me to still be here waiting?
sorry, hun. but it doesn't work like that.
you hurt me once
i won't let you hurt me again.

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