Freshman - 583 Points (09/17/1979 / New Orleans, La)

I Salute You - Poem by FOEVERAMI JOHNSON

Here's a I salute you:
Mock what I hadn't changed,
It's part of your game,
I give you nothing to talk about,
Yet you search for something to write about.
I gave no Advice on a choice that...
Should have been made with both parents.
I allowed restoring and a break,
While maintaining my meds in your face!
As you were going through life Problems
I was taking my life, from pill bottles.
Not once did you say Thank you.
I ask for ice cream, you sold-lied to me a dream...
to stray away 18 hour from my team.
You gave perfume boo boo,
Look like I wanna smell like this bitch for YOU!
I sent a joke text back when seen, the joke text.
So, I made humor out of a bad situation,
yet you feel as if it was a invitation!
I lost respect for you after you push me in front the bus...
Left me there! So at the End...

I Salute you... For being tired of me too

Topic(s) of this poem: disaster

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 18, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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