Don't Want You Here

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  • Confusion

    Don't Want You Here

    Tell me what you see
    When you look at me
    Is it fear?
    Why do I run from you?
    It's what i'm built to do
    I don't want you here

    I want you to tell me
    That you understand
    I need you to tell me
    I'm just a man
    But I don't want you here

    No longer will I build up
    My own self worth
    Keep on the outside
    And make you hurt
    The best thing for you
    Get far from me
    Find someone who can love you
    And let me be

    But I need you here
    I need you here with me

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    Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

    coolbrees’s Poems (14)

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    Dirty Mind 0
    Lame 0
    Don't Want You Here 0
    Leave A Message 1
    Have You Seen Me 0
    I Am a Slave 0
    In Your Bed 0
    Eyes 0
    Transparent 0
    Cold, Lonely, Bitter, Deadman 0
    Hey You! 1
    Afloat 0
    Stones 0
    Oh, That Dress 0