TaBresha Bozeman

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

The Biggest Lie I Ever Told - Poem by TaBresha Bozeman

The biggest lie I ever told
Might not seem bigger than a strand of hair
But you might not possess a heart or soul
But the lie is 'that I don't care'
I said what I didn't mean
Because I live for others
I do not care too much for me
More for my sisters and my brother
So when I said I didn't care
whether I lived or died
Then I thought about my love
Then I started to cry
It was selfish of me
to wish I could dream forever
Now im sitting here writing this poem
With life and love in every letter
But today I sit here
Happier than i've ever been
Just wish my mid life crisis didn't start at 14
But today on my face I now hold a grin
The words are not 'I hate you'
But they have the same effect
The feeling of your heart dropping
Is something you didn't expect
So when I said I didn't care
I didn't mean any harm
Because I beg for forgiveness from all
No cause for alarm
And now because I daydream alot
It seem I dream forever
So now I can say God's listening
His mircles are pretty clever


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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 2, 2012

Poem Edited: Monday, April 2, 2012


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