I mean I was nothing to you right?
The way you would yell and scream,
I was nothing to you,
I mean no more than a throw away napkin,
You used me to wipe up all of your insecurities,
And I kept them as my own,
Just so they wouldn't burden you,
You lived to show me your love,
With all your kind names for me,
"Worthless" "stupid" "ugly"
I lived for those compliments from you,
They made me cry so much,
But that was just how I showed you my appreciation,
And once you saw,
How I clung to you after you gashed me with such nice words,
You only gave me more,
Till you were so sweet I decided I didn't want anymore cavities.
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