Thoughtless - Poem by Twisted Moon
Choosing release over silence,
I embrace the rage and engage in violence,
I let my fists fly at your face,
Let's see if you can stay at my pace.
I'll admit it, I was a fool,
Just an idiot trying to be cool,
The people I hurt day to day,
It never took any of the pain away.
I crack my knuckles for intimidation,
And I can feel your trepidation,
I rub your bloody nose in the dirt,
I don't care about anything, I just want you to hurt.
I lament that this is the way I was,
An angry teen with a head of fuzz,
While I smiled for the camera lense,
I hurt inside, I had no friends.
I kick you in the stomach as you fall,
And this won't solve anything at all,
But d*mn it feels so good inside,
To break your nose and black your eyes.
I regret my violent past,
And I'm so glad it didn't last,
I did things I never thought I could,
If I could take them back I would.
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