Donna Hendra

Rookie (08/05/1990 / Truro Hospital: -P)

She Stole Me - Poem by Donna Hendra

She stole me, my identity
My personality
What I live for, What I breath for,
What I'd fight for, what I'd die for.

You told them it was your idea
You lied to them about your taste
The way you dressed
The way you wore your hair
The way you did your make-up

She stole my, my identity
My personality
What I live for, What I breath for
What I'd fight for, what I'd die for

I met a guy, who knew her from school
We dated for a while
He mentioned you a lot
It seemed he asked you first and you rejected him
he hurt me; he caused me pain; because of you

She stole my, my identity
My personality
What I live for, What I breath for
What I'd fight for, what I'd die for

All i know, is that i am me
You are you
You can never be me
I can never be consumed by you
It won't work, even though....

She stole my, my identity
My personality
What I live for, What I breath for
What I'd fight for, what I'd die for


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 9, 2008



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