Tsai TheTruthSeeker

Rookie (November eleventh,1990 / High Point)

Go Back To Hell, Freak. - Poem by Tsai TheTruthSeeker

We walked by,
Every single day.
There she would be,
Leanin' 'gainst that wall.
Some would yell,
Yell things i don't even wanta say.
Some would tease.
Some would even throw things.
But most everyone just walked by.
Kids, avert your eyes,
She'll take 'way your innocence,
She'll take you down,
Down all the way...
She wouldn't never get mad,
She wouldn't never scream back
The insults they would her.
She just leaned 'gainst that wall.
One time, someone tried steal her bag.
She let 'em.
Just like that.
She didn't even try to stop 'em.
I'll never forget that day,
That day we walked to school,
And she wasn't there.
She was always there.
But that day she wasn't.
Now i just think...
Maybe if we hadn't listened,
Listened to those words,
Maybe if had talked to her,
Maybe she wouldn't have done it.
Maybe she'd still be leaning 'gainst that wall.
Or maybe, maybe she wouldn't be...
Maybe, just maybe,
She would have been walkin' to school with us.
'Stead of where she is now...
Maybe... but now we'll never know...
She used to lean 'gainst that wall,
I'll never forget that day,
That day she wasn't.

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  • (11/11/2007 6:35:00 PM)

    what did she do? I want to know what did she do? (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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