On The Outside Looking In;

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
a poem about parts of my life

Submitted: July 15, 2012

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Submitted: July 15, 2012

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On the outside looking in,
Because I’ve committed the greatest sin
For I became your secret Lover,
And shattered the heart of my
Dearest mother.
On the outside Looking in,
Because I’m evil full of sin.
Mother knew you had another,
She just never knew that it was
Me who was your Lover.
Upon Threat of death
you told me Not to tell
And I never did, I hid our secret well.
You said she never made you happy,
But instead she made you ill
For she was to weak and sappy.
I’m on the Outside Looking in,
For I am evil I am sin.
I let you play your little games,
I let you play until you came.
I held in the pain and tears,
I held them in for years and years.
Locked Up tight with a tarnished key,
A key as tarnished as me.
On the Outside Looking in
Full of rage, pain and sin.
For I became your secret lover,
How could I do that to my mother?
How could I hurt her and break her heart?
Why did I become your little tart?
Always on the Outside Looking in,
I deserve no less for I am full of sin.
I do not deserve to come in
Out of the cold away from the sin.
I turned you on, I gave you joy,
I made you happy, I was your new toy.
You said I was special, that I was the one.
Who brought you such pleasure, such joy
Such fun.
On the outside Looking in
I deserve only death, because of my sin
For I am the worst kind of a person alive,
I do not deserve love
I deserve to die


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