Jessie Jett

Rookie - 3 Points (12/31/1989 / Maryland)

Thing's I'Ve Left Behind - Poem by Jessie Jett

I left behind a past of worries.
Many mistakes, and many stories.
I left behind a younger world of fury.

Even so my past is somewhat blury.
The younger nights of friends and beers.
Countless nights astray throughout the years.

I left behind the unsuited ones.
A pile of those old cares, and heaps of fun.
I reassured the far life in tons.

I remember the laughs, the shared and hidden tears.
Remembering steps toward the loated fears.
Countless nights astray thoughout the years.

I left behind an array of lonliness and dissapointments.
All the things I couln't have, or all that I have missed.
All those things I used to wish.

I've grown and I've learned.
To be thankful for what is earned.
To leave what is burdened, astray from this earth.

I left behind measuments of pity selfworth.
For everything that could ever amount to be.
I left behind a younger part of me.

All the nights that are imprinted in my head.
Everything left, hurtful things done or said.
Everything that was ment to happened, the path that has been led.

I left behind a no nonsense mind.
Careless regrets, things I've left to find.
But still continuing to seek in this life.

Too many moments, happiness astray too.
Sadness and bumps in the road stranded through.
Oh how much it seems I have grew.

I've left behind countless days.
Unmeaningful and childish ways.
For what else do these times gaze?

For what else do these days see?
Is there more to leave behind for me?
Do all these chains ever break free?

Different steps reveal in time.
A possibilty to more of mine.
All these things and more, are the things I've left behind.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 19, 2012

Poem Edited: Friday, April 20, 2012


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