About the Poem
This poem is about Pia, a girl who cheated on me. I wrote it around one year after she pushed me away with her game. It's just really hard to believe that something like that could happen to you. It did to me and the poem is about that. After everything, I still love her.
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I Still Love You
|by Peter Schroeter
You are still in my brain
You're causing so much pain
I still can't believe
You used my feelings
For your foolish game
Held you close in my arms
Felt so nice and warm
I gave you my love
I gave you my heart
I gave you all I had
got nothing back except
Pain that's driving me insane
You are still in my heart
My love for you will never die
My thoughts will always be with you
And the pain I feel inside will always
Remind me of someone I still love
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