Bully

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
It's about forgivness, letting go of the past and moving on, sharing a genetic characteristic of which is anger, not wanting it.

Submitted: June 10, 2008

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You left suddenly, just one day
Mom cried and I was confused
I didn’t want you to come back
And I felt bad
 
A year went passed, I stared to smile
Another year went, I started to laugh
A couple more and the wounds
Started to heal but the scars still
Remain inside and out
 
You’ll never know the pain you caused
The bully you are
Up until today I fear you
And men alike to you
 
A shiver runs down my spin
Seeing your raven black hair
And unusual green eyes
So alike to mine
 
You’re anger to make blood run cold
Flows through my veins
To think the thing I fear the most
Runs through my being akin to a heart beat
 
But with a new day
Brings a new life
You can’t turn back
The hands of time
Forgive I will
But never forget.


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