Blame - Poem by Christina Simmons
Will always have labels attached - pinned on my back
The guy next door doesn't want YOU achieving what he's
Too afraid to do? Believes you deserve less:
Puts obstacles in the way - tripping you over
How do you want to be seen? Taking on the blame?
Inviting guilt isn't a good sign for peace of mind
Comfortable within the psyche?
'What do you think is your special gift? '.
GO for it, SUCKER!
Sylvestina Silvers Simmons
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