All Out Of Love

by Dawn aka Dominique   May 26, 2008


I'm all out of excitement
My fun you wish to share
You love to take advantage
When I'm feeling despair

I'm all out of concern
For you play with my worries
And you find this amusing
To destroy my home, with scurries

I'm all out of hope
Your not worth a dime
You'll never go anywhere
With your heart on duty part-time

I'm all out of love
For my heart you tore apart
No can ever fix your damage
They'd have to fix it from the start

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  • 11 years ago

    by NicoleBaby101

    AWSOME!!!!!!

  • 11 years ago

    by NicoleBaby101

    AWSOME!!!!!!

  • 11 years ago

    by NicoleBaby101

    AWSOME!!!!!!

  • 11 years ago

    by Kaila

    Last stanza thrid line:
    No can ever fix your damage
    *I think you mean no one
    But I'm not too sure. The emotion was lacking for me and I didn't really understand it. 3/5

  • 11 years ago

    by Courageous Dreamer

    "Your not worth a dime"
    -You're, not your.

    "No can ever fix your damage"
    -Noone, not no.

    "They'd have to fix it from the start "
    -I wouldn't use fix again right in the next line, maybe use a synoynm for fix.

    Great poem and great message that you are all out of love and you're left with a broken heart.. great work 5/5.