Jaycee Wilkerson

Rookie (October 31,1985 / Philadelphia Pa.)

Ducking Karma - Poem by Jaycee Wilkerson

The faces I see
when I close my eyes
could be in the hundreds
without lies

Im Talking about the women
I have been with
In the begining
Not looking for love

Then my actions
turned to a adiction
It was like
I was on drugs
I would do whatever
I would say whatever
And I would give whatever
Just to get in
A women's drawls

Searching for
Something physical
Finding it effortlessly
Was probably
The biggest reason
I was negelcting it

Settling for infatuation
Really there is
No justification
For pointless fornacation

Now with closed eyes
Im facing
hundreds of women
Who's hearts
Which i played

Feeling myself
Thinking Im god's gift
To women
Aimlessly pleasing
Uneducated not worried
About diseases

Not knowing I was
Playing right into
The Devil's hand
Hours of sexual bliss
Bringing some women
A life time of pain

Thinking now
About back then
How I use to smile
But really I should
Have been ashamed

Now mature
Thinking about the games
I have played
Has me nervously
Ducking behind
A wall
I have made

Truth be told
I deserve
Any type of
Fall I will take
Just for making these
Selfish mistakes

Im deserving to any of
These women who
Want to hate me
Or play me

That would would
Be the least
Of my worries
Because karma
Will never forget me

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 10, 2010



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