Joyleen Heneker

Rookie (16/april / Port Augusta/live in whyalla now)

Crying For Help From My Inner Child - Poem by Joyleen Heneker

Mummy Mummy
Why are they all so mean?
For being myself or whom I could be
I sit in the corner
Their laughing at me
I cant stop crying
Their picking on me
I’ve done it again mummy
I’ve wet my pants
Im so sorry I didn’t know
Don’t Daddy
It’s not my fault
I peed in class the kids already had a go at me
Why you to daddy
You embarrassed by me like every one else

Mummy Mummy
The teacher kicked me out of the class again
Said I was contagious
Cos my bladder is not controlled
I disrupt the class
I sit all alone in assembly
All the kids laugh at me; play tricks on me and names

Kill my Mummy,
Im not worth living
Every one ashamed of me
I let every one down
Why was I born?
They all hate me

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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