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i gave you a gift, you threw it back into my face.
i did things for you, without a moments haste.
you hurt me over and over, and yet i let it pass my face.
you gave me your word that i would never hurt.
now my face shows the pain for your untrue word.
i ache when i hear your name, my stomach begins to churn.
you taught me well never to trust, yet you still try and hurt.


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by jazmine marie harbor

I` m sorry
hi there,

I` m sorry this is all happening to you.I know how it feels been there before. When everything commes crumbleing down, and you want to give. But like I said there is always a way(even though you will not listen (i never did ether).Keep the faith girl. Life is a b... but it all has a reason

( Posted by: puck [Member] On: August 27, 2002 )

this and that
when one is overwhelmed by emotion, one just wants to write, or maybe scribble, it doesn;t matter what words, or whether they are mushy or overly romantic, one merely writes and pours one's heart out.

it doesn't matter whether people say it's crap, I do this too, don't bother, I just write away and beat the sh*t out of my own emotions.

Especially if a girl left you for LA.
d*#m@t!

( Posted by: webguy [Member] On: August 28, 2002 )





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