shaun znideric

Rookie (19/02/1990)

It Hurts


lying here
lying in fear
feeling so blue
what should i do?

curled up in a ball
feeling so small
you hurt me you crushed me
you hit me you punched me

what the hell is wrong
do i not belong
why take it out on me
did you not hear my plea

'why dad why
do you hit me in the eye
i hope you're happy
i hope you're done
you sick lowlife
you find this fun! '

when im older
my feelings will be colder
i hope you run
or you'll feel the wrath of your son

how dare you laugh
how dare you smile
i hope this was all worthwhile
this may be my fate
but just you wait

i'll knock that smile right off your face
to say you're a dad is a god damn disgrace!
i'll lock you in a cell
throw away the key
do you see how much you mean to me?

Submitted: Thursday, March 19, 2009
Edited: Sunday, March 22, 2009

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Comments about this poem (It Hurts by shaun znideric )

  • Rookie Shaun Znideric (3/22/2009 9:56:00 PM)

    this poem has no connection with my life.. my parents are great people.. i wrote this as it came to me. i try to put myself in other people's shoes to write poems to capture the pure essence of emotion. (Report) Reply

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