love is acceptance, not hate

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Gay and Lesbian  |  House: Booksie Classic
another poem about when i lived with my mom and she found out i was gay two years ago
i was seventeen and it was hell, i almost wished she would just kick me out, it would have been so much better

Submitted: October 19, 2011

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Is it wrong to feel guilt for something I can’t control?

You told me I hurt you, how you hurt me you refuse to know

I say you refuse because it sits in front of you so clear

I cry and I tell you I didn’t choose to be queer

You see all my scars but refuse to acknowledge

Why they are there, or that they are so solid

You think they’re imagined

A figment of your dreams

That I am worthless and deserved to be told or so it seems

You name a few places that you think I should go

To hell but mom, you’ve made that my life

Hell has nothing on a loving son’s strife


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