About the Poem
This poem was written to a guy who took something special away from me - my virginity. After that, we never talked again. At the time, he had a girlfriend, but I thought I'd win him over. Little did I know, he only wanted one thing.
|by Jessica Camp|
|I never asked you to call me,
Never asked to go with you that day.
That one night was perfect. We were one, but I
knew I'd be the one to pay.
I never asked you to make me feel good,
Never asked you to look my way.
It takes two to do what happened that night, so
there's nothing more you can say.
I never asked for you to care,
Never asked to be the only one.
I knew she was in your life too,
But still I thought I'd won.
I never asked for promises,
Never asked if I could put my trust in you.
I always though I could handle the things
you "so often" like to do.
I never asked you to turn away,
Never asked you to make me cry.
You go on with your life like nothing ever
Happened while I slowly start to die.
I never asked for this loneliness,
Never asked to be the one to blame.
You tried putting all the guilt on me while you
Were the one playing the mind game.
I never asked for this empty feeling,
Never asked you to be there.
While I sit here confused in my own little world,
All you can do is stare.
I never asked if you loved me,
Never asked you to take something special away.
I can't think straight and my heart aches, all
Because of that day.
I never asked for an explanation,
Never asked to be on your mind that day.
Even though I never asked you anything,
I'm broken hearted either way.
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