My Stalker

He threatens me
he scares me
He says he has my info
He told me he’s a hacker
But I denied that at first
Then things got deeper
He said he knows my name,
My mom, my brother and my ex
I started to get scared
then he gave me the number
The number of my mother
The one I love the most
I don’t want her hurt
but what should I do
He says he’s going to call her
only if I don’t listen
and listened is what I ended up doing.
Now he knows me well
enough where I can’t hide
He talks and talks and talks
but mostly one thing only
that one thing that breaks my heart
my one and only ex…
so I want to say one last thing
I still truly love my ex
I know he’s getting hurt
for my stalkers told me
and now i’m feeling guilty
My tears are flowing out
I need to catch a breath
but my breath is in his heart…

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Raymond Manfredi

Have I felt the sadness my dear where it was not a mental platitude
Seen with bewildering eyes the woes of a young man
Become hollow and deep where he must puke
Vile words on those once admired
Who has not forgotten the sins of others
And placed blame on me
Yes I have seen those days
All too well


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