The One Who Made Me

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The One Who Made Me

Post by catgirlnukunuku » Thu Feb 13, 2003 2:34 pm

The one that made me

Is the one who will break me

He thinks he owns me

Controls me

But he has no right

He took away the thing

The thing that makes my heart beat

This I can never forgive

Or forget

I hope he has pain

Deep in his chest

I hope he can feel

The sorrow he has caused

When I walk right through that door

And wont call him daddy anymore
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Re: The One Who Made Me

Post by Misfit_toy » Thu Feb 13, 2003 2:55 pm

Whoa! That's uncanny. I posted a poem about my father at just about the SAME exact time you posted a poem about yours. Just as i finished posting mine, I saw yours at the top of the list. Anyway. I really liked that poem! Keep it up!
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Re: The One Who Made Me

Post by Misfit_toy » Thu Feb 13, 2003 2:57 pm

Originally posted by catgirlnukunuku@Feb 13 2003, 01:34 PM

The one that made me

Is the one who will break me



I especially like that part!
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Re: The One Who Made Me

Post by Sky » Thu Feb 13, 2003 5:46 pm

okay... I think this is a free style poem??? because well...
<span style=\'font-family:Times\'Something told the wild geese

It was tine to go

Through the fields lay golden

Something wispered- "SNOW"

Leaves were green and stirring

Berries,luster-glossed

But beneath the warm feathers

Something cautioned- "FROST"

All the sagging orchards

Steamed With amber spice

But each wild breast stiffened

At rembered ice

Something told the wild geese

It was time to fly-

Summer sun was on their wings

Winter in their cry

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