This Is It.

March 29, 2012
By WeAllBurn PLATINUM, Vermilion, Ohio
WeAllBurn PLATINUM, Vermilion, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
"The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong." ~Mahatma Gandhi


This is it.
These last words drip with spite.
One thousand chances to redeem yourself,
Ten thousand reasons to give up on you.
I had faith in you,
The key word being, had.
The waves of reality took me under.
My open eyes remember.
The Past.
The Present.
The Future.
A rhyme in your honor, mommy dearest.

Liar, liar, plants on fire.
Down the hatch! The bottle pours
She breathes it in, getting higher.
A gallon later, she still wants more.
Swing again, make me scream.
Show how much you love me.
With my blood and tears it seems,
I am entombed to this red sea…

Memories?
I figured.

One last chance,
I regretfully gave.
My last hope,
Became betrayal, again.
No more, I must move on.

These last words drip with spite.
One thousand chances to redeem yourself,
Ten thousand reasons to give up on you.
I have given up on you.
This is it.
Goodbye.


The author's comments:
My mother has ruined my childhood, most of my teenage life, and now that I am closing in on the age of adulthood, I have decided to completely give up on her. I have tried for years to have her actually love me as a son, but she is too mentally ill, and dependant on drugs and alcohol to be able to do such a task. Time to move on.

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illusions GOLD said...
on Apr. 2 2012 at 2:25 pm
illusions GOLD, I Dontg Even Like This Town, Other
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this poam is fabulas! im so sorry what happened in order to write it but it is a great poam! would you mind checking me  out? thank  you :)

jessicags GOLD said...
on Mar. 31 2012 at 2:17 am
jessicags GOLD, San Diego, California
15 articles 8 photos 21 comments

Favorite Quote:
"I learned that you should feel when writing, not like Lord Byron on a mountain top, but like a child stringing beads in kindergarten - happy, absorbed and quietly putting one bead on after another." Brenda Ueland

I am truly sorry for the circumstances that led you to write this. You have a talent and I hope it will bring you a future much brighter than your past. 

I loved the beginning, the middle and the end.


Good luck and keep writing:)

~Jess



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