sandy nobody

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I Like My Freedom - Poem by sandy nobody

i like my life
much better now
what you ask
'how'

i like my freedom
i really do
love my freedom
from you

i dont need you
anymore
telling me what to do
you old bore

for twenty years
you tried to lock me away
kill my spirit
everyday

you tried to tell me
what to think
how to feel
did it all, with a wink

when you thought
i was dead inside
i suprised you
didnt i

i got up and left
left you behind
took the kids
then you wined

you ran off all my friends
hated my family
for twenty years
i was lonely

when my mom died
at christmas
you said'Good'
you big ass

i knew right then
how sick you really are
shouldve ran you over
with my car

twenty years of your
abuse
you think your perfect
whats the use

you think lifes
all about you
iv my own world now
without you

so go live your
own life
not much longer
ill be your wife

i kept my spirit hidden from you
kept my feelings deep inside
now im on my own
no longer have to hide

go back to your mama
she knows it all
but will she pick you up
when you fall

NO


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 16, 2006



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