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I, Hate Like Hell

Written By: D. Collins 2/13/16 I, hate like hell that I offended you. My Chi-Town sisters, family, and crew. Namely Krystal and Debra, my family for life. I’ve never been known to do much of anything right. But, here I stand, asking for your forgiveness. For a brother who was wrong, still while he lives. I truly wish I could hug you once again. Feel that, which I could call my very best friends. It is a lonely world, trying to exist without you. From a boy to a girl, my misery is true. I, hate like hell that we don’t talk anymore. It’s a feeling that I can feel for sure. Since our departure, I have never forgotten you. My strong, black sisters from the Chicago crew. Maybe one day you’ll read about the love I have. For my Chicago sisters, and my despicable past.

Copyright © | Year Posted 2016




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