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Some one reaching out for a feeling they want and for some reason can't have or find.

Nobody Loves Me

I've tried can't you see and still nobody loves me.
It eats away at me and drives me crazy.
All I want is somebody, anybody to love me.

I keep reaching don't ya see, why can't I stop hiding behind me.
I watch you eyes intently trying to show you what I see,
Yet you keep torturing me.

I'm scared to ask, but when I do your answer I know
That no one really loves me.
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4 Visitor Comments

im from indonesia. no body loves me. its so beautifull poem. i like ur lirics,n word by word have a special mean. i think it based on ur heart n experience. go to created all love poems.
I feel the same way. But I always remember that GOD loves me. :)
i think this poem really touched my heart.i have a similiar feeling.i don't to tell anything about it because this poem tells it all-in detail!
Hey, dont stress the small stuff..somebody out there DOES love you, no matter whats on the outside..Just dont be afraid to express your feelings to people. My ~love~ goes out to you, love ya,

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