Taylor Bond

Freshman - 576 Points (12/26/1992 / Lewiston ID)

This Is For You. - Poem by Taylor Bond

Sleeping alone doesnt bother me
I was doing so a month before you left anyway
Plus I get the blankets to myself
Packing up your stuff hurt at first
Then I found out how good freedom feels
Your grasp is faded
And my heart may be broken
But that just means theres nothin left to be breakin
I dont hear your voice as much
I dont mind that at all
Now I cant hear your whiney like tone of voice
your agressive attutude
and stinging lash's
You taught me that a man is not a man
by any mean's in your dictionary
you speak of honer and honesty
yet you lied in my face and stabbed me in the back
you have your self put upon a throne of gold
I would love to knock you off of your high horse
Because there is no love
No symapthy
not one shred of empathy I have for you
Because our daughter
Our daughter doesnt remember you
Thats your fault
You spoke of being a good father
of being there for his little newborn
baby girl
But who gave her all her baths and changed her diapers?
Buying her necessaitys is not something to be praised you were supposed to in the first place.
She loved you and always asked for 'Dada'
But you were to busy being a sleez
With your thoughts and ideas coming from the wrong head
I hope you read all these when you get back
So you know that I will not stand for your
crap.

Topic(s) of this poem: love lost


Comments about This Is For You. by Taylor Bond

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (10/28/2015 4:47:00 PM)


    you speak of honer and honesty
    yet you lied in my face and stabbed me in the back
    you have your self put upon a throne of gold- - Ego clashes and the confict of expectations and selfish motives and actions. so many problems of daily life you have brought in in your poem. very nice i like it . thank you
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2015



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