The Favor

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This is a release poem about a fool mistaken for a man that I wasted too much time crying over and caring about when he never did the same.

Submitted: December 10, 2009

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Submitted: December 10, 2009



Below the surface I hide,

From you and your clueless glancing.

I walk away,

To avoid your simpleminded thoughts.

You broke my heart,

And carelessly threw it away.

So why should I constantly be subjected,

To your fake appearances.

Not a man but a fool,

A joker clown in disguise.

I refuse,

To pay any mind to your regrets.

I cried embarassed tears,

You just laughed and sat there.

I say goodbye,

To you because you're dead to me.

Now you're just another scar,

On my back thats broken.

I've stressed and strained,

But now I am just sick and tired.

You ignored,

My attempts and casted me out.

Now I return,

The favor.

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