Amelie Inge

10 things I hate about you and more


I. I hate you for reaching out when age drew the line,

At seventeen, you messaged, I, fourteen, confined.


II. I hate you for the popularity you found,

Every girl in our school, in admiration bound.


III. I hate you for keeping the connection alive,

Though I was so young, and you, so much senior to thrive.


IV. I hate you for mocking the girls in my grade with disdain,

Exploiting them, like puppets in a bitter game.


V. I hate you for persistently reaching out,

Manipulating my innocence, without a doubt.


VI. I hate you for the comfort found in your embrace,

Yet, you sexualized it, a darkened space.


VII. I hate you for six years of constant thought,

In the silence of nights, your memory sought


VIII. I hate you for the absence of contact in years,

Driving by your old home, evoking old fears.


IX. I hate you for being with a woman so unlike me,

A bitter contrast, a twist of destiny.


X. I hate you for every tear that I've shed,

For the panic, the dreams, a tangled thread.


XI. I hate you for not knowing the pain I bear,

For being unaware of the burdens I wear.


XII. I hate you for invading my dreams at night,

In which we are together and where there is light.


XIII. I hate you for my heart that still beats for you,

Clinging to a love that time can't undo.


XIV. I hate you for being my first love, so true,

For the hope that one day, our story will continue


XV. I hate you for being a part of each thought,  

For not hating you, no matter what you wrought.

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Published on on 01/17/2024.


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