Treasure Island

Nicole Hiebing

(12/24/1986)

So how am I the bad one?


I am his wife, his love, his everything
I am not the tramp that you think I am
It ended before I arrived
As you told me
So how am I the bad one?

I am her step mom, the one that braids her hair and tucks her in at night
I am not the bitch that took your daughter away
You couldn’t take care of her and be the best
As you said
So how am I the bad one?

I am the woman in this wonderful loving family
I am not the home wrecker that you call me
If you need a face to the cause of your problems
Look in the mirror
So how am I the bad one?

Submitted: Wednesday, January 09, 2008

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