Eric Elliott

Rookie (09/28/1992 / HELL! ! ! ! (maybe))

Why Can'T You Love Me? - Poem by Eric Elliott

I walk through life a somber man
without the joy of holding your hand

I kill emotion with mental death spike
they come back to rape my mind
they ask what gave me the right
to kill the love I've come to find

They dance and run in my mind
shooting down excuses
I tell to my kind
they strip me and call me useless

Tell me I had love and misused it
they curse me and call me a peice of shit

but it's to late they'll have to deal with it

I love her but I don't want to admit it

so they break me bleed me and cast me down
but I rise and look around
I see my soul's unsound

so I speak words I don't know
I hope they come out ok though

from here I don't know what to say
and I think that is really gay

so i guess I have to find something new
to do

like find anaI beads and sell them to jews
and if your a jew don't take offense
i was just useing you as a reference

Ok I'm going to stop now
before I say something that up sets people, like how to F**k a cow


Comments about Why Can'T You Love Me? by Eric Elliott

  • (10/28/2009 12:11:00 AM)


    i really really like this (Report) Reply

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  • (9/21/2009 10:34:00 AM)


    very nice some kind of conversation style with a lot of humor and nice stuff :) (Report) Reply

  • Shekhar Joshi (9/21/2009 10:15:00 AM)


    Liked all of it and laughed at the last part of it.....well written....nice rhyming......

    good work......... ;)
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, September 17, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, September 17, 2009


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