Emm G...


Life - Poem by Emm G...

Why did this happen to me?
It was such unlucky fate.
That I was put in that position,
When I said, “I want to wait.”

My tears have formed a river,
And a hell came from my hate.
If I get a chance to set this right,
It will not be a date.

I’ll hide behind a mask of innocence,
With a knife behind my back.
I will scare all that come in my path,
So much that they’ll start to pack.

Before they get a chance to flee,
I’ll tear them all apart.
And like they did with me that night,
I’ll aim right for their heart.

I will not cut it quick and clean,
'Cuz they didn’t do that for me.
I’ll take the sweet time that I have,
Until they beg for mercy.

I’ll take no pleasure
When they are in pain.
When I notice they are,
I will stop this game.

That’s where I’m different,
From those ignorant fools.
I’ll stop when I see
That their blood is in pools.

'Cuz with me, you see,
They were just plain ruddy.
They continued torture me
Even when I was bloody.

I have not regained all my strength,
And I fear I never will.
But, at least, I have a plan,
For them to pay their bill.

I look forward to this day,
When they end up in a cell.
I guess that day is when they die,
And then go straight to Hell.


Comments about Life by Emm G...

  • (3/30/2007 2:32:00 AM)

    'My tears have formed a river' is the part I love the most. Such a nice metaphor.
    You are so great at writing poetry, continue on.

    All the best.
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  • (1/23/2007 8:37:00 PM)

    Awesome. I've missed hearing about your stories and poems. I loved the poem, (Report)Reply

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  • (1/21/2007 10:27:00 PM)

    Emily-
    I like this poem - but the story is frightening! I'm sorry if it's true. I have found that revenge fantasy can be quite fulfilling.
    If it is the case that someone ought to end up in front of a judge for this (and it sounds like they do) , then that is always the best thing.
    Good writing and good luck. :)
    -Jim.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 21, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, December 30, 2010


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