The Fault - Poem by Jennie Bajamundi
Who dares to stay with me?
Who stops and seeks for me?
There’s no one else to stay
And lead me through each day
Oh! Alas! Oh mercy me!
I’d drown myself and slay
I’ve been searching through and constantly forth
Of where should I go and soar
For this world is such is such a sore.
I’m naught in this world
Corrupt and truly miserable
Where should I stare every night?
If I can see the moon with no bright
I’d rather face this world
For the will lies in me, I know
I’m the cause of these burdens
For I can’t see the better in this
And I used to tolerate my faults.
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