family sorrow

August 19, 2009
By tasha bediako BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
tasha bediako BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
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all my life you told me what to do
even when am angry, i always improve
the one thing i find
something i really wanna do
you shun it out
don't wanna think it through
am left with nothing but sorrow and pain
just thinking it through
and what i could have gain
as the tears fall down my eyes
i begin to loose trust
of who i am and what am destined to be
to realize that my own family
doesn't believe or even know me
brings a whole of emptiness
but mostly pain
i wish you knew
what am going through
i wish you understood me the way i do
you've lost my trust
and I'll never forgive you
till death do us part
if you only understood
thank you for all the things you've done for me
but now its time for me
to do whats best for me

The author's comments:
this peice to me kind of explains what teenage girls go through with their parents when they don't usually get what they want. i mean it has happened to everyone.

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