• Bring it.

    by  • February 3, 2012 • * Safe for Work *, Acceptance • 1 Comment

    When all was finally seeming well
    You took me and shook
    And now I’m back in Hell
    My own little version
    I’m making a decision
    To let you see the real me
    For once, I beg you to actually see
    Years ago I was quiet, and meek
    But now, I know who I am and what you don’t seek
    It’s not me you want, but it’s me you need
    To be by you, stand by you
    I’m there when you’re upset
    I’m there when you’re angry
    I wasn’t in the past because you wouldn’t let me
    I know you’ll read this, because you’ll expect it to be here
    But what you’re doing, for long, I won’t be there
    I’m slowly fading away
    Won’t be here for much longer
    So if this is a game, I’m throwing in the white
    It’s time to take your tongue and just bite
    If you’re going to admit, even down the road
    That what you’re doing is wrong, because you’re searching for your toad?
    I’m your prince and I’m here now
    But you’re draining me mentally and physically
    I’ve had thoughts these past days, I hit my breaking point
    I actually hit it. I thought about what your life would be like without me in it. And I don’t just mean being away. I mean I hit my breaking point, and nearly went through. But I decided that showing you I can stay would be much more of an effect. So, life has it’s challenges, you’re my biggest one. And I accept. – J

    One Response to Bring it.

    1. ANEWDAY
      February 3, 2012 at 4:49 am

      I cried when I read this. She is the luckiest person in the world to have someone like you, and I honestly hope she really does read this so that she can finally accept that you have always been there and you will never leave. Please keep that. There are so many men out there that don’t.


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