Neil Adams

Rookie (19/01/94 / Belfast)

Man To Blame - Poem by Neil Adams

Killing hate this man to blame
What did I do to cause you pain
You made us sit and watch your crime
You made us think that it was time

You talked to us like we were true
But in the end it came down to you
You killed us all one by one
You looked at us then cocked the gun

We seen a light ready to go
But before we went we had to know
What possessed you to end our lives
All the love all the remembered times

But in the end it was for the best
The time was right we were laid to rest
No more torture no more pain
No more memories of the fame

I don't know how you think and feel
I don't know why you kill and steal
But i feel sorry for you today
Cause deep down you don't wanna stay

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 3, 2012

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