I write poetry and sad things
He tells me that I'm perfect
But he's lying through his teeth.
Because no matter what he thinks,
He still loves her more than me.
By Jessica F3 years ago in Poets
I dreamt of you the other night
You were running to my arms.
You seemed so innocent and held so much beauty
It was hard to believe you were a rose made by two thorns.
I wonder what she'd say
If she knew what you'd said to me
I wonder if she'd leave
If she found out you'd told me you loved me.
I used to think I’d never change you for the world. I’d look up at you and think you were the best mum in the world. But when I was 13, that began to change.
By Jessica F4 years ago in Families
If I have a daughter
I will teach her to be strong.
I will tell her she can take on the world
And she will always win.
By Jessica F4 years ago in Poets
So I can get away from it all,
So I can drown out the voices in my head,
That still tell me I’m stupid
That I’m useless and unlovable.
He seems happy with her. I’m glad. He deserves someone who’ll make him smile.
I don’t think I ever really did make him happy. He didn’t make me happy. He used to make me feel dirty and small. But then I used to make him feel awful so no one’s really more to blame.
By Jessica F4 years ago in Humans
Elliot never lied I guess. He told me from the beginning about her. He was 32 and in a long-term relationship with a girl I’d only heard about. I was 18 and completely naïve.
You'd laugh if I told you how much I love you.
We don't do those kind of things.
It's been a year and you're still too afraid
I’m from a single parent household.
Have been on and off since I was 14.
Your parents are still together, you’ve still got that happy family.
He lied, I cried,
But I'll never forget
How we both said we felt.
And yet one day my world fell apart
When he told me there was someone else.