Jason Bass

Rookie - 0 Points (5,5,1971 / nottingham)

What Was Wrong - Poem by Jason Bass

If I changed my take on life, would you then love me? If I changed the way I dressed, would I be good enough to yes me? If I changed my political views, would you like what you have done, Would I be the kind of man, you didnt lie about to your mum? If I must change who I am, In order for you to allow me; To be a father to my girls i love implictly, Then I guess you and i were never meant to be.For I like the man that I am, And when I look in the mirror I see; A man whose worth more then you, and doesnt harbour no grudges, as women like you come as often as Trent n Barton Buses, And it is you that I pity as well as my kids because they and you are stuck with this, your hypocraceys and lies miss, But with time they will grow and move away from you and until that day im there for them and always watching you!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 20, 2009

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