Why Can’t I Hate You?

I would kill to make you smile
Or to wake up where you are
Or to know just for a second
What he gets to feel everyday.

I would run to the end of God’s Earth
To get away from this Hell you left me in
Or to turn back time to when you loved me.

I’m not sure I ever really had you
But I know for a fact that I lost you
Because you aren’t here now
And even worse, you don’t want to be.

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12 thoughts on “Why Can’t I Hate You?

  1. Is it possible that we cannot hate those who have harmed us because we reserve the loathing for ourselves for our shortcomings that caused this to be?

    Do we spend endless moments sifting through the rubble hand-picking the nuances of our fault?

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