TaBresha Bozeman

Rookie (03-24-93 / Atlanta, georgia)

My Mistake - Poem by TaBresha Bozeman

Isn't it my mistake to take the blame
Why are you constantly reminding me
At least I admit my mistake
Yet you let drug dealers go free
Not to mention AID spreaders
And your going to judge us
That's not your place to prey on the weak
We constantly beat ourselves
And you throw in a kick or two
Until we're dead
Then you put on that cry
When you assisted the murder
Like you really cared but its just a show
Like you haven't made a mistake
to forgive and forget
Yet these rules don't apply
But everyone has killed someone
Even with out the knowledge
The kid who committed suicide
that you teased
You disobey your parents
Which rose blood pressures
You even reminded a teacher
Of his dead daughter
Which caused him to drink again
But the line of knowing and not knowing
Is thick
But no one sees that line
until they intentionally murder someone
But murder isn't in me
Although the threat is
But I can never take another's life
Intentionally, when i want to take my own
Its not my place to take another's life
Only God should possess the power
Even I would even accept my punishment
Because I deserve it

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 4, 2012


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