Poetry From The Weakened Soul
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 26
Forget It

Should I just start pretending
That I'm not bleeding inside
And ignore the words you've said
Ignore all the pain you've given

Should I just forget everything
That you did to me when I was
Laying on the ground, weak
You hit me when I was down

Are you used to hearing my voice
Getting tired of all my lies, yeah
I know it hurts but I haven't even
Started to burn you, baby, smoke you

Do you think you have the right to
Act like I'm somehow below you?
And is it wrong that I don't wanna have
To listen to you complain about your life?

Because you act like I don't understand
Think that I don't get what you're going through
And it hurts when you think I don't care about you
Hope you've realized, that was the final straw

This poem is going to burn away
Just like the memories of you and me
It'll be forever engraved in the ash
Soon enough, I'll learn to forget it


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