Nicole Rawls

(December 2,1992 / South Carolina)

With The Devil


It feels like
you're always
judging me.
Going to tell me
what to do.
I try so hard
to comb my
hair and to look
good for you.

I serve to your every
need, I bow to
you every desire.
I say I love you
no matter what
and I can't take my
eyes off you.

But how
do you repay me?
With nothing
but pain and misery.
I gave you my all
you just destroyed
our destiny.

I can't look
at you anymore,
I can't say I love you.
I'm just going
to pack my
stuff and leave
out this door.

Good-bye to the
chains that held
me in your hell.
I'm not going
to look back
at you devil, good long
fair well.

Submitted: Monday, December 15, 2008
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