Spartanburg, South Carolina
Woo. Woo. Liked it.
Okay, first off, line 2 reads "so warn down", and it should be "so worn down".
I'm a bit of a grammarian, and I should be dogging you for the line, "Thought you knew me / so damn good." But when you follow it up with "So damn well" it says so much about the speaker and his frame of mind that I had to let it slide.
The only other critique I have is on the "DAMNIT I WASN'T STRONG." It needs to be either "DAMMIT" or "DAMN IT".
Aside from that, I really enjoyed this one. I think the best is the last four lines, "Rewind the watches. / Rewind the crime. / Rewind me cause / I'm out of time."
I believe the most important component of a poem is rhythm. Rhythm is the heartbeat of a poem. It is what makes poetry poetry.