Ramona Thompson

Warning-This Poem Contains Adult Language

None of which you have
None of which you would know what to do with if you did
Empty headed fool of fools

Another thing you seem to have a great lack of
Another thing you refuse to learn
Earning nothing but a endless wave of pity from us all

Not high on your list of life's lessons
Not something you could or would ever be willing to

Do you even know the meaning of the word?
Do you even care?
I really don't think you ever have or will

What would you be willing to give?
Would you be willing to give anything at all?
If it meant that you would be saving the life of your worst

Neither of us willing to back down
Neither of us willing to stop in this fight
Until the final dropp of blood, sweat, and tears falls

Moral values
How dare you accuse me having none
How dare you stand up so rightous and holier then thou
When the truth of the matter is really this...

You're nothing more then a wannabe who seeks only to
Ruin everything for everyone!

2006 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Sunday, December 31, 2006
Edited: Friday, December 17, 2010
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