I think the poem got under forced rhymes, it could be good without them.
After the first stanza: - ..................... "you were always there for me but I [never knew] you were all [that I] see and that [only] didn't [pursue]"
"everything that you told me [lie it was, as I see] and everything that you say now I say it that that I resist"
"and now all I [am] left to do is let the blood drip down from [it's] terrible wound"
"[so I do it around] but you are nothing to me I let the blood drip down but you are nothing to me"
"I let the blood drip down and cover my heart [for the rest of my life's part] [in] my shattered heart" ....................... ---Here I've brought some changes to your poem, hope you may consider them at once.
I loved the first two lines intact, they order me to go and read more.
At first it seemed that the lines didnt really flow. but then i looked at it in more of a spoken word way and i foudn the beat. I like the repating of the " i let the blood drip down" it was like a silent voice whispering it. and without knowing it, the words become a thought stuck in motion in you head. You have a talent for rhyming i saw with the words "do" and "wound" at first i was skeptical but then i went over it agin and it worked! so good job with this piece.
Im not sure what to think about this, after my first read through I didn't like it but on te second read it made me think of the way I reacted when my ex begged me to take him back, I could see his pain when he poured his heart out to me but I turned my back on him and let go. This is what I see when I read this poem. I liked the way you repeated lines it really drums in the way you were feeling
i feel some sort of ambivalence in this, all because of the line "you were always there for me/ but I didn't know". also because of the "but" at the beginning of some of the lines, it's almost as if letting the blood drip should mean something like "this is my way of getting over you" but then you say "but you are nothing to me", which to me means "i am already over you", so it's sort of like giving someone the benefit of the doubt.