Nicki Faith

Rookie (9\27\96 / Brooklyn)

Karma


Its not my fault you left me
So why blame me for all the bad stuff
I didn't ask you to abandon me
I didn't ask you to forget about me
You should have stayed with me
So don't blame me if its all coming back to you
Its not my fault that all those people don't love you anymore
they know what you did to me
They know that I stayed real late at night waiting for you to come back
But you didn't
And when i told you you didn't care
So don't blame me for all the bad things
All the bad things that are happenning are because of all the things you did
Its all coming back to you
So don't blame me
Blame Karma

Submitted: Friday, November 27, 2009

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Comments about this poem (Karma by Nicki Faith )

  • Rookie Karly Krasne (11/27/2009 1:43:00 PM)

    Mind = mine. I have no idea how I did that twice haha. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Karly Krasne (11/27/2009 1:42:00 PM)

    That was pretty good. You should try painting a picture with your words rather than being blunt. Use your imagination to get your point across.
    I see you're 13. I'm 15 and started writing poetry about 3 years ago and mind sounded like yours.

    Go check out mind and tell me what you think :) (Report) Reply

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