A Reminder of your Worth
You hug as we would be lovers,
And you kiss me on both my cheeks,
You tell me we’ll always be together,
And you tell me you’ll never leave
But how can you say these things now?
Knowing they are only lies,
Or do you really believe they’re true now?
These words of own battered disguise
I can’t call you when I’m crying,
You can’t hear me laugh
while I pretend,
I can’t reach you when I’m dying,
Don’t call me your friend.
You call me pretty, stupid nicknames,
You buy a dress and ask “Do I look good?”
You write your texts with many smileys,
Expecting me I should smile at you too,
You know nothing about the life I lead,
But you still say, oh, you would care,
You never saw the scars of my soul,
Or the sadness I have to be