Deja Noelle Rupp

Rookie - 10 Points (11-22-95 / Vancuver Washington)

Who I Used To Be - Poem by Deja Noelle Rupp

I wish that I could take back everything I've smoked and drinked
I wish that I could take back every tear I've cried to sleep
I wish that I could take back all the pain I've caused my family
I wish that I could take back all the sneaking out to big parties
Through all these years I've seemed to know myself very well
Until I made some big mistakes that I'd do anything to take back now
I wish that I could go back to when everything was right
Before I lost that voice inside always telling me to do what’s right
I wish that I could take back all my empty beer bottles
I wish that I could take back all those nights that are just a blur
And go back to the way things used to be back in 5th grade
When I wasn't afraid to really just be me
When I met you and you met me
When we acted the way kids should be
When there wasn't a care in the world besides who would king and who would be queen in those silly little games we used to create
I wanna go back to when we would swing on the swings
Closing our eyes and feeling that warm summer's breeze
I wish that I could be who I used to be


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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 9, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, February 20, 2011


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