Jaimee Morse

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The Monster - Poem by Jaimee Morse

why cant people see
the monster inside of me
i hurt to many people
I'm sorry, but they don't know

i scream all day
and cry all night
i am hated
everyone full of spite

i bring them to a point
where there is no turning around
its hurts so deep
you cant hear the sound

the sound of soft sobs in the night
there bodies filled with sorrow
why cant people see the monster
that will soon come out tomorrow

I'm am frightened
I've been left alone
I'm used to it
my true colors have shown

people see the happy side
the side that isn't real
people think I'm gleeful
they don't know what i feel

don't let me get close
i don't want to hurt you
you'd be better if you left
and this i know is true

I'm sorry if i ever hurt you
in any awful way
its just the person i am
why, i can not say

i try to be better
i try to be good
but when it comes to it
i don't act like i should

how many people have i hurt
1,2,3
too many people to cant
and who has hurt me

I'm a monster on the inside
one you shouldn't know
so leave like the rest
its easier if you go

i deserve no one
especially not you
if you think about it
deep down you know its true

I'm the kind that doesn't feel
i just act so tough
this is what they think of me
you saw through my bluff

you knew i was a fake
you knew i wasn't real
but still you trusted me
and now i know how to feel

you forgave me
unlike the rest
i don't know why
but i feel so blessed

but still you should run
so far away
you don't know what I'm capable of
ill end up hurting you if you stay

i hurt my mom
its my fault she went
and when i think of all the time
that we could have spent

everything is my fault
this i know is true
because if i was normal
i wouldn't have hurt you


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 11, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 16, 2011


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