liebling jacobsen


Crazy Tuff - Poem by liebling jacobsen

Stop your demanding and intolerable speech

Sort out your tongue

Before I cut it out and put it in your hand

You've made me hate what I've become

When I shake with the need to slit my own throat

Rather than yours

I

lost myself in my need to please you

So i'm taking myself back

And making myself anew with the direction set before me

So count me in with the challenge that is you

Beware, I have a heart of gold and skin as tough as nails

Laugh it up old woman

I'll show you what your daughter in law is capable of

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  • Neil Marsden (10/9/2008 3:56:00 AM)

    Hi there,

    Wow, this is such a strong and emotive piece of work, stunning!

    Neil.
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 9, 2008



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