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I Wish they would just Go

Poetry By: scaza

Look inside my mind of being alone.

Submitted:Aug 7, 2008    Reads: 150    Comments: 6    Likes: 3   

I sit alone on my only chair.

Right next to the shadow, I'll always be.

I kept my mouth shut as I listen,

To the stories and laughters of their distance.

I alone was not perfect.

To them they are great.

To them I was nothing,

While they see the future.

I failed numerous times,

Althought untalented like them.

My mind is always blank,

That I don't know what to do.

I alone rund cold,

And wait to fail another,

To get laugh at, to get tease at,

For they don't want the weak.

The more they geer, the more I fail,

Even if i succeed that's not good enough for them,

I tried my best but all went wrong,

They didn't seem to care.

They always embarassed me,

But they didn't know,

I wasn't perfect.

I wish they would just go.


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