You turned your back on me today
didn’t even have the guts to say, Cast out like a homeless person Only teaching me one more lesson.
I was slowly getting my life back
Seeing me fight barriers and tears, Finding music as my therapuatic track Back and forth I went for a few years.
Building me up making me strong
Then with one swipe I was gone, Not caring if it was right or wrong As least I knew for a while I shone.
You took your patronising aid
Threw it back in my joyful face, All the love and care you displayed Then lit the fire while in bed I layed.
I may glow brighter as you fall
When your gone I will still be here, setting a spark with one swift call But I will remember have no fear. Remarkable Aloneness Poems Humane words about Depression Best Forgotten Poems
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get back to the basics busting fat laces running the bases it used to be cool to obey the golden rule yet that went out the door in 64 open the door for your neighbor then you can chill on
Back and Front Back and Front, Front and Back My steps gradually make Taking me to a land With success, where I stand. Being stagnant , oh I fear Rooted to the ground there, Because moving is life Sometimes comfort
Building a relationship takes time. A slow becoming of each other’s identity. A steady student in a firm desk where attendance is vital and homework isn’t necessarily done with pen and paper. To willingly give until nothing is left, to
If you can’t give me your full attention Then I don’t want you in my life at all I don’t want to hear any more of your Lies and no I do not want to see you Tonight or answer
Well and you left me way too soon just like that one sad day out of the blue I cried every minute of everyday and every night for about a week or two ’til I casted that forbidden spell in