Pissed Off

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Miss Everything - Poem by Pissed Off

She is miss teen queen.
She is miss everything.
I wish i was her,
She has the guys,
all the right friends,
the perfect body,
and the incredible grades.

But yet she hates it.
She crys alone in that room
Of hers every night.
As thoughts fill her mind
And flashbacks are had.
Fighting breaks out screaming
And yelling is all to be heard.
But then it breaks of to silent tears
Locked in different rooms.

He has normally had one to many,
And she is still hurting from her past
Of what she had done.
Flashbacks rush her head.
One from when she was little and dad
Was screaming at mommy.
'Why did you do it? '
Mommy screaming back.
'Im sorry, i regret it and i want to go back in time and fix it.'
He was devastated to her want she had been up to.
Never trusting again.
Flashback Number two seeing mommy
In her room shades closed crying and taking her pills.
She had leaned on her.
She had taken it out on her.
She had cried and cried only
For her to watch and comfort.
Flashbacks of fights keep apearing til there are no more.

As the 'perfect' girl lays there in that room crying.
She is not perfect.
Her family has been torn apart and will never be perfect.
She is scarred for the rest of her life.

Mommy and daddy how could you?
i wasnt old enough to deal with it.
Yet it just kept coming the hurt and problems.

'I wish i had everything, i wish i was perfect'
The girl says,
she lays there drowned in her own tears.

She isnt miss everything.
Shes just like you and me.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 12, 2007

Poem Edited: Sunday, April 24, 2011


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