To Be Free - Poem by Theresa Dunnn
Im damned if I do and damned if I don't, Oh how I want to punch you in the throat. Think before you speak is what my mom always said, but if I did that then I may be dead. Im not your prisoner or your stepping stone, just go away and leave me alone! Love doesn't live here anymore, you kick me out so much all I see is the door. If you want to be single that's fine by me, just let me be so I can live happily. I have all I need and its not you, your cold words hurt and cut like a knife. And at one time you asked me to be your wife. So much pain and sorrow, I have plenty if you would like to borrow. It's to much to bare, Oops I forgot that you don't care! Your lies and excuses are coming to an end, Damn you hate me so much that we can't even be friends. You say your done and don't want me anymore, that's fine by me when I'm shutting the door. I'll be free and happy as it should be, not broken cause that's what you did to me. I will mend and smile once again. Don't forget Karmas a Bitch and my good friend.
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