Goodbye Heroin II
I can’t stop loving him no matter how hard I try.
I will probably hate him until the day I die.
I often ask myself the question why?
He has never been good to me always treated me bad.
Left me ugly alone and feeling sad.
By the way, he’s such a tease.
Cant’ fall asleep without awakening with a cough or constant sneeze.
There’s those days when he’s missing and I need a shoulder to cry.
He was always there but our relationship was one big lie.
I left him once but I felt like I would just die.
I crawled back on my knees.
And he accepted me back without hesitation, he was pleased.
When I left him, I refused him because he killed a friend.
Now I understand why she loved him until the end.
When she was hurting he was the only one to whom she thought she could depend.
I used him and immediately the pain went away.
I remember we began to hang out every day.
I missed him so much because he was always there.
Almost like a game but he wasn’t playing fair.
It took too long to realize he never cared.
I feel like such a traitor, I told her I’d say no.
I saw him one day and we both went toe to toe.
I wasn’t really feeling that good about me.
He whispered try me you’ll feel better I promise you’ll see.
I read one day about the way he met her.
She expressed how good he felt one day in a love letter.
I was scared and for days and days I hid.
But he knew everything even where I lived.
So I fell in love and gave him all I had to give.
It was like I was in a movie no way for a girl to live.
At first I was jealous of their relationship, because I didn’t know.
That eventually all these horrific events would occur.
You the devil…
Yeah, you in disguise.
I bet you never thought we’d break these ties.
How stupid could I be?
I thought he was my friend.
This is my life I’m taking back.
I’ll never let you win.
Devil, you don’t know the strength behind this pen.
That’s why I wrote this poem for everyone to know.
I’m exposing you heroin so take your tricks and go.
Thank you, Heroin.