Tammi Hanshaw

Bubbly - Poem by Tammi Hanshaw

They're laughing at me
I can hardly believe
that they would call me that
i just want to go and hide in my hat
i've been hurt before
they might go and snore
I thought they were nice
but nothing but they're spice
i don't let it bother me
if you really can't see
they're just to closed-minded
to even care

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 1, 2008

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