Never Forget

January 31, 2013
By Hilly Bachiry BRONZE, Fresh Meadows, New York
Hilly Bachiry BRONZE, Fresh Meadows, New York
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They smiled at me with false faces
And stabbed at me with sharp words
Their twisted laughs echoed,
tearing at my soft underbelly
And when I turned around
They surrounded me

I don’t know how I earned this punishment
It’s strange that I thought they would be people I’d miss
But they don’t even to recognize me now
I know this true
When I see them they ask
“Do I know you?”

They have forgotten their cruelty
But I still remember
And I will never forget

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on Feb. 1 2013 at 1:56 pm
Lilly100 BRONZE, White Plains, New York
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Wow. This is really powerful and so well written. Fantastic!


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