You Couldn'T Make Me Cry - Poem by david lessard
you couldn't make me cry.
I'm a big boy now and I don't do that any longer -
you cannot make me sad,
I've been sad and refuse to be any more,
I think I'm much more stronger.
you can't make me do, anything at all,
I did it once, and it didn't work out,
no, I didn't moan or bawl,
I just yelled, screamed and shout.
I was once your boyfriend, but I'm not now,
you thought you were better than me -
but I left you, you silly old cow,
and I'm happier, can't you see?
you can't make me weep or or go
I sleep just fine and dandy,
I count all the sheep.
I'm a man now and will not dwell in sorrow,
I'm not a little kid, and I won't run away -
from the arrows that you sling,
I'll live to face another day,
and take whatever life will bring.
I left you, because you were not true,
you never said or did, the things, most women do -
you never said the things, I wanted most to hear,
now I turn away from you and give you a deaf ear.
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