Brittany Marsh

Rookie (07-01-1992 / jamestown NY)

Realization


You don't realize that it's happened
until it's all said and done
You say it's just a joke
Your just having some harmless fun
Then later it just hits you
That you really hit somone hard
You realized that you played the deck
And picked the lowest card
Whats said is said, done is done
You can never take it all back
The love and trust that was
May very well lack
There is a lesson in this poem
This very poem im writing
It's to end the grief we cause
The hating and fighting
It's to put yourself where they are
To feel the hurt they feel
It's to mend their pain inside
And to help their heavy heart heal

Submitted: Friday, May 12, 2006
Edited: Friday, June 02, 2006

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Comments about this poem (Realization by Brittany Marsh )

  • Rookie Carl Peckett (9/20/2006 2:34:00 AM)

    I likes alot : D a good strong message keep up the good work (Report) Reply

  • Rookie q f (9/18/2006 3:35:00 PM)

    You were right, I did like it. Very strong message, and what I like best, it rhymes and flows and has a nice beat. It can be hard to find the right words when trying to rhyme AND stick to a beat. I know, all my poems (I have more than are on here) rhyme and have a beat, and it can be tough. Good job. (Report) Reply

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