He'll Always Remember

March 6, 2009
By Ryan Connelly BRONZE, Voorhees, New Jersey
Ryan Connelly BRONZE, Voorhees, New Jersey
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He'll always remember
the good old days;
with kind people, no curses or names being called,
but friends who are friends with no problems.

Now he'll have to remember the new days that came.
With empty lunch tables,
no hello's or good - bye's but harsh comments being made.

But in these new days which he'll always remember,
there is a speck of hope to make these days better to think about.

There are groups that dislike him
and a group that excepted him into theirs.
These people he will always remember.

The people who bullied him still do and he still feels the pain.
He blocks out the words but they still come in. He has learned to except the fact that not everyone will appreciate him.

He will always remember those dark cold days where no light was brought in,
but now there is hope.

The author's comments:
This piece was written to a person who no one likes but now there are people who finally do.

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