You were.

You were.

A Poem by Brandon Bretsnyder

You were my best friend 
But all you did was pretend 
You said that you'd always be there 
But when I needed you the most, you were nowhere 
Just know that if you ever come running back to me
You already lost your opportunity 
You were my mother
You made me feel like a bother 
I wanted your love 
But all you would do is push and shove 
You don't even deserve to see me
To me, you're not even apart of this family 
You were my Princess
I would've came to you in distress
You said you loved me but you lied
You only stayed because I almost committed suicide 
That really hurt me
In ways you couldn't see
People don't understand my pain
This pain is starting to make me go insane 
They don't even care
They aren't even aware
If I was to die
Nobody would cry 

© 2015 Brandon Bretsnyder

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Added on May 26, 2015
Last Updated on May 26, 2015
Tags: Death, Depression, Hatred, Love, Sadness


Brandon Bretsnyder
Brandon Bretsnyder

Newland, NC

Well, I'm a 15 year old living with my Father. I've had some depression in my past and I take control of it by writing poems. Most of my poems will be depressing. So, if you're looking for something h.. more..