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by jing javier

Friday, April 04, 2003

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He should have called by now
What have I done?
I knew I should have never let him in
This was a mistake, and I can't take it back
Why is he being this way?, I thought he liked me
He was falling for me, he told me himself
He told me he was different, I believed him
Why does this always happen to me?
Why am I the only one who can't seem to hold someone?
For once I want someone to actually care about me
Not just use me and then leave me
I want to mean something to someone
I am sick of being the only one who is falling head over heels
I want love too, can't anyone see that?
I think I am destined to be a toy for the rest of my life
No guy cares about how I feel, they pretend to be there for me
All I have ever done is try to make them happy, I have tried to be in it for me
I always get sucked in by the looks in their eyes
I wish a guy would look at me the way I look at him, with total love and admiration
I thought this one would be different, but he is just the same as the rest
I wish I weren't able to love anymore, I only get hurt
The feelings I get are never returned, why do I have to be so lonely?
I want someone to love me, I need someone to love me
I take things slow, I never want to rush
I go too fast, they get what they want
What about what I want, doesn't that matter anymore?
My heart is slowly starting to turn to stone
Won't someone save me?

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Reviewed by Trish - The Trickster 4/4/2003
Excellent write. Very touching.
Reviewed by Chat 4/4/2003
That's the journey of your heart jing, but don't give up hold on. It's good to love again.
This is a nice piece, continue to write.
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 4/4/2003
Jing, one thing I can tell you for sure, you are not alone. We all go through this. All of us. Many of us however don't get to express it so wonderfully as you have. Excellent.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 4/4/2003
Deeply touching, Jing.
Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader) 4/4/2003
I think I've turned my whole self to stone a few times.....An excellent write of inner pain and fear Jing.....Ty, Dani
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/4/2003
This was very moving and touching Jing, You have expressed this pain so very well, I felt it deeply,

wonderful but aching to read,

Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 4/4/2003
You really are good. I almost hurt myself reading this one.
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