Thia Stockman

Rookie (October 7th,1990 / Manchester, CT)

Unfair - Poem by Thia Stockman

It's unfair how they all decide,
all of their rules I have to abide by.
But they took away the one I love,
the one I put above.
The one who keeps me strong,
the one who they always see as wrong.
They don't know whats in my heart,
how much I suffer by just being apart.
Apart from the one who keeps me sane,
the one who stops the rain.
Who makes my life mean something,
the angel to my wing.
Why have they done this to me and you?
How can I stop this? What can I do?
Just remember this one fact,
I'll love you forever and I'll be back.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 4, 2006



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