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I Love You, And I'll Always Hate You For That

Poetry By: November
Romance



Inspired by the songs 'Miserable At Best' by Mayday Parade and 'Central Terminal Squatters' by Queen City Station.


Submitted:Apr 12, 2008    Reads: 157    Comments: 5    Likes: 4   


I Love You,
And I'll Always Hate You For That

I guess that I could live without you,
in time the heart stops breaking,
(If you really call that living)
I'm still yours for the taking.

I wonder if it's possible
for me to breathe without you,
I'll be forever miserable
and make my memories do.

I got the point that I should leave,
if that's really what you please,
just know it's hard to walk away
when you're walking on weak knees ...

but if my prayers are answered and
once more I hear you sing,
all those times before you broke
my heart won't mean a thing.





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