Jennifer Rondeau

Rookie - 391 Points (03/16/90 / Seoul)

Even In Death - Poem by Jennifer Rondeau

Even in death I will forever haunt you,
You made me feel worthless,
You made me cry,
We have fought like friends would fight,
But you have the nerves to lie to me saying that you didn’t talk about me,
Quit saying these mean ugly rumors about me,
Quit all the things you have caused me,
So long farewell,
Even in death I will haunt you wherever you go,
When you sleep I will haunt you,
When you eat I will banish you,
When you fight my friends I will hurt you,
Even thou I die I will haunt every step you take that is my promise to you.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 15, 2006

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