Suzaku Vaneko

Rookie (May 15,1995)

Emotions Unyielding - Poem by Suzaku Vaneko

Feelings never fleeting. Lecture here, lecture there no one really gives a care. Never seen as equal just an annoying child who in the eyes of the second mother with never grow up. Spoken down to and spoken sourly about behind the back. There's no end to the viscous attacks. A simple suggestion by the stupid child is always thrown out yet the second mother's are supposed to be taken seriously for the daft bitch knows everything.
Emotions unyielding, eyes always hiding behind them the truth. Always she is wot? The perfect example of a cold woman too lazy to even try and care. Much rather see others fall and then cry out Oh I'm so sorrowful now! Such disgusting lies by a fool without a heart, well if one is present it's as black as the night. The daft bitch! Whining day in and day out. Never much does a thing yet thinks she can complain about that wot she don't do.
A small beating heart treated cruelly by a bully. Thinking the hurt would ever end is complete folly. Try and speak out but always remember your stupid! Always left feeling small and unneeded, rather putrid. Questions asked by the ignorant one go unanswered for the she on the other end tends to ignore questions asked of her. She thinks herself a queen, but really all she is is mean.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 27, 2014

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