When Will Love Be Enough?


Love was there and it was great.
You showed up and created hate.

I lie there, heart ceasing scud.
You took my air, you took my blood.

Shock ran through, cleansing me well.
Hate took over and began to swell.

Emotions ignored, I thought you spoke true.
You lied to me; you're not who I knew.

You had my trust; I had no clue.
Sometimes, I admit, I hate you.

You don't deserve my forgiveness, but I find myself agree,
Against all rational thought, to let you make it up to me.

This relationship is poison; I wish I could leave.
Sadly, we're stuck together and I can't breathe.

Sometimes, I wonder what is wrong with me.
I can't leave you; maybe, one day, you'll see.

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