Kody Pound

I'm Sorry About The Poem Poem by Kody Pound

In a few years I became a poet
But you wouldn't even know it
I don't read poems or look at art
That's for old people...

My friends don't see the pain I go through
Who could ever understand my broken heart?
No heart was ever broken like mine

Except, maybe yours...

I am so unique and full of sad ideas
I will write a poem that'll make you cry
For the first time these words will ever be said

Sorry I'm not perfect!

Wow... feel how sad that was? Gave me chills
I had to humbling myself for second
Did you feel that? I know I did
Now I've wasted to much time, I have to go
Go play on my phone and ignore my family

I'm sorry about the poem
Not sorry

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, March 28, 2014

Topic of this poem: sorry

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

It's suppose to be funny don't take it to heart :) I encourage poets to be more interactive with each other poets and artist. This is just what I see when new poets come around who self center themselves in their work.

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