Louise McVicar

Rookie (22-05-1987 / Perth, Australia)

I Used To Be Nicer, I Think - Poem by Louise McVicar

When I finally get alone
I then have time to think
What is it I'm living for?
What is it I do?
I try to remember why I care
and what I used to say
When people would be upset
What did I used to say?
I think I once was nicer
I used to smile more then
Do I act more grown up?
Why did I have to change?
I think that I was happier then
My child like faith was blind.
So that is where I'm going
to there is where I flee
So one day I'll be happier
one day again be free.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, November 13, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, November 13, 2005


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