katelin offord harper

Rookie - 2 Points (april 1st 1995 / vernon bc)

Your My Past - Poem by katelin offord harper

You were my past
Now I can start living the future
I still hurt from what you did
But I now have had my revenge
By stocking you with a bucket full of water
And getting you all wet even though
You had no dry clothing
You seem happier now that I'm not in the picture
I feel sad and lonely but I can deal with that
But you will have to deal with never
Knowing where I went and what I did
If you want another go ahead
because your not the one that is going to take me
I will find the right one for me
So please don't say a word
Just listen to what you hear
Don't look for me anymore
Because you lost me
And now I can let you go
So please just forget me
So I can forget you
Maybe you will be lucky
And get someone you want
But you will never get me
Because my answer will be to you is NO
And no not because I don't like you
It's because I don't want to hurt you
I am sorry for the way I treated you
But this is probably for the best


Comments about Your My Past by katelin offord harper

  • (8/7/2015 5:27:00 PM)


    Great honest appraisal of the situation, expressing your feelings and emotions through poetry enabling you to gain inner strength and leave this person in the past where they belong. Your future and destiny await you with open arms. Really great poem, loved it! Thank you for sharing. RoseAnn (Report) Reply

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  • (8/12/2012 8:06:00 PM)


    .......I think you meant YOU'RE than YOUR in the title! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 30, 2011

Poem Edited: Friday, February 24, 2012


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