Treasure Island

Mia Zeglinski


The Woman Of Betraying


You say you are my Mom
But you stab me in the back
I sit here in my blood
Wondering and Hoping you will never come back

And as I suffer
The days go by
I’m wondering what is this feeling?
Why do I feel so Hate?

You Abandoned me and Left
You didn't even tell me where you were Going!

But then,
You End up at My Doorstep,
Saying
' Hi,
How are you doing! ? '

You ask ME for MONEY
Promise it's not for drugs,
The next day MY HOUSE SMELLS LIKE METH AND ALL OF THE ABOVE! ! !

The Neighbors Call the Police,
Complaining about the Smell,
The POLICE gives ME a DRUG TEST,
AND YOU FREELY SLIP RIGHT OUT OF MY HOUSE! ! ! !

We once used to be happy
But now it’s all disappeared
This feeling of Hate
Is slowly getting near

My suffering increases
As the days go by My Hate is increasing
And I’m sitting here wondering
Why you said goodbye

Submitted: Sunday, July 21, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is about my mother,
I HATE HER,
She abandoned me,
And left me all alone,
This Poem is Metaphorical
So the police and Meth thing isn't real
If You EVER run into
Barbra Lamb,
Show her this poem

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