Jon Hannah

Rookie (march 18 1994 / Nepean ON)

Black Christmas - Poem by Jon Hannah

i dont want those shiny lights,
no popcorn strung to trees.
i dont want these gifts wrapped up,
no toys or things or me.

all i want is to be left alone,
so i can just be free.
just walk away and leave me be,
im tired of all this holiday glee.

though i may look festive,
and act all happy.
throw me away,
because i must be broken.

i dont want this family time,
no happy hugs for me.
i dont want their loving touch,
stay far away from me.

all i want is to be with you,
on this once lonely day.
so i can forget my worries,
and change my ways.

from darkness to light,
you brought me in.
now hold my hand,
and walk with me.

from me to you,
i pass on my heart.
away from my family,
meant only for you.

do what you will,
but i will always be yours.
from now til the end,
i will love you so.

this christmas is black,
and so was is heart.
tainted by thoughts,
that i'd never see you again.

i know this is used,
a little too much.
but i love you,
and i mean it.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 23, 2009



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