Bianca Baier

Rookie (April 6,1990 / Mesa Arizona)

I got flowers today Poem by Bianca Baier


i got flowers today,
i dont know y.
when he hit me,
i dont know y.
he slamed me into the wall,
and just started beatin me.
for wat reason,
i dont know.

i got flowers today,
it was nothing special.
last night he took a knife to me,
threten to stabe me.
i dont know y,
dont know wat went wrong.
i wont to leave but cant.

i got flowers today,
for no pesific reason.
y did i not lissen to my family,
when they told me to leave him.
i guess i just loved him to much,
so i am still here.
i wont to leave but cant.

I got flowers today,
it was a every important day.
i was dead today.
because he beat me to death.
I got bared today,
and every thing was gone.
i got flowers today,
because it was my funeral.

i got flowers today,
for me leaving.
not just leaving him,
but leaving my family and friends.
not only them,
but most importantly my children,
they will have to grow up without a mother and a father,
becuase i am dead and he is locked up for life.

Submitted: Wednesday, December 17, 2008

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