I say “I love you”, she says “you love to easy”. I say “I miss you”, she says “too little, too late”. I say “I’m sorry”, she says “you’re so pathetic, why even love me when I treat you so bad?”

She sees it black and white but I’m just blue now. She sees it day and night but we’re stuck inside. We see no sunshine. There are no palm trees. Why won’t she love me?

I say “I hate you”, she says “please don’t do this.” I say “you hurt me”, she says “you deserved it.” I say “just leave” and she says “fine it’s over, I never loved you, didn’t you see that.”

I say “hello” and she says “please don’t hurt me.” I say “it’s ok, I’m broken just like you.” She says “I’ll trust you, just don’t make me hate you.” Her smile says everything, I hope that mine does too.

Now life is colorful. The sky is blue now. And any time of day she’s so full of light. I have my sunshine, I have my palm trees because you love me.



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