Treasure Island

Nautica Moxley


You


You,
You fill my heart with hate,
An unbearable pain,
Suffering beyond description,
The very thought of your existence kills me,
As a woman I look fragile,
But not as fragile as you look,
Your weak, alone, and sad,
That's all I wish for you though,
Sadness,
Because though its been years,
You've killed me long ago,
Took away my reason to smile,
The reason that every breath I took mattered,
You thought your actions only affected him,
No!
Your actions took away a little girls joy,
An uncle,
A brother,
A son,
And to me,
The only person that came close to a father.

Submitted: Saturday, June 28, 2014

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