Brandy Avery

Rookie (12-03-1987 / Sioux Falls sd)

­čÄ╝~No Longer~­čÄ╝ Poem by Brandy Avery


It don't matter what you do and say. When your gone it is better this way. Your words and violence really hurts me. Why can't you move on and let me be. Your crying and begging wont work this time. I'm moving past the sadness of mine. My angels cry and suffered too. And this was all because of you. You say your getting help to change, but you don't get it I'm way out of your range. No longer will I be chained and caged. No longer will I hurt or be controlled by your rage. I will never again be a prisoner in my home. Why can't you get over it and leave me alone. No longer will I ever be yours. I am a strong and beautiful rose. No longer can I ever be with you. I will never again be sad or blue. From now on to my broken heart I must be true. I am free now from loving you!

Submitted: Monday, April 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
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