Scarlet .....

I Am Not A Toy - Poem by Scarlet .....

I am through playing pretend
welcome to the real world
I will no longer be your toy
for I am a real person
I am no ones toy
and never will be again
all you did
was push me and push me
over and over
to see when I would break
then you would push again
testing me
to see how much I can take
is that really what pleases you?
Watching me break
over and over
well I will no longer take
it for you have push me over the edge
too many times to count
and I have had enough
boy will you be shocked
for the next time you try to push me
I will stand my ground
for the truth is
you can no longer affect me
I am finally free of your evil and twisted games
you can no longer play with me
I am not a toy
I can see it now
you will try to push me
over and over
and I will not budge
oh boy will I laugh
just as you laughed
every time you watched me break
as if I was in no real harm
well I will stare right into your eyes
and you will no longer see pain in them
you will see laughter
for I will then watch you break
and then
only then will you learn
how it feels
maybe then you your twisted mind will stop

Comments about I Am Not A Toy by Scarlet .....

  • (6/6/2007 6:20:00 PM)

    SOOOOOO ... what are you trying to say?
    OH! , come on ... just a little teeny tiny smile? :)
    Like July 4th in the states,
    we call that Independence day!

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 5, 2011

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