I don’t love you anymore. My life has been revolving around you for far too long. The moment I saw you, I was tempted by the look in your eye. At the first kiss of my lips I was captivated. You brought me into your world and echanted me with all of your riches. When I was with you, I felt the whole world was at my finger tips. You made me happy, you made me smile, you fulfilled me. Until you left. When you were gone I was lost. All I could think about was you. I wanted to feel your warm embrace. I needed you to make me happy, without you I was lost. So I found you again. You welcomed me back, this time with a heavy hand. The riches you gave were just an illusion. The joy I felt was fake. Your smile was filled with lies. The eyes of a used car sales man with a mask on. You captured me, but cheated me out of true happiness. The longer I was with you, the stronger your hold. You held me captive with your strong arms. When I finally left you, you wee all I could thing about. Inception took place in my mind. I close my eyes and I dreamed of you. I remembered everything you had to offer. I almost forgot how you destroyed my life. Once I was free, I would still think of you. I’d think maybe if I went back I wouldn’t have to stay long. I knew that’s not how you function though. You prey on those who are weak. You infect them with a craving that only you can satisfy. Then you steal everything they have until they are left with a life without dignity. I hate you. You stole so much from me that I can never get back. I am stronger though. I have overcome your flirtatious stare; I reject your promise of great things. You no longer control my life. I am the author of my story and I left you in the last chapter. So here I say it, dear addiction, I will not let you hold me again.