Nicholas McKimmy

Rookie (9/2/88 / Lansing, MI)

Finders Weepers - Poem by Nicholas McKimmy

Without you life won’t be the same
No more having an animal to tame
I’m growing up, and this is how it is
Tell me how much you knew, here’s a pop quiz
What sports do I play, where was I born
How big was the piece of my heart you tore
I’m disgusted when I even see a picture of you
But you’re still talking to me like you have no clue
I hope you remember, because I won’t think of our last kiss
Those are the thoughts I don’t wanna reminisce
Not pointing fingers, but you started the flame
Now you can only see my face through a picture frame
I’ll leave it up to you to figure this whole thing out
Take a couple of days, but there shouldn’t be any doubt
There’s no possible way that we can co-exist
When I held out my arms I wish you would’ve missed.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, January 8, 2011

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