Treasure Island

Michael McParland


Unwanted


Unwanted again even as a friend.
No use for an old useless louse.
Unwanted and blamed for your breathtaking game,
of stress and demand which I've been slightly guilty at hand.

So Tired of all this remorse and unwanted guilt.
I can't take anymore why won't someone take my life to kill.
Unwanted and unneeded for years I have pleaded for something new.

Unwanted, unwanted
where or when will I find a respondent.
To just give me a chance for a bright glorious dance.
To let me know that I'm no longer a freak show.
To have and hold so victorious and bold.

Yet forever more I shall remain Unwanted.

Submitted: Monday, September 15, 2014

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