Forgiveness Part 1: My Aunt

Forgiveness Part 1: My Aunt

A Poem by Sad Penguin

My Aunt was very cruel to me growing up. I have a lot of hatred towards her, and its time to let it go.

You’ve dug in deep
Bled me like a creep
Yet you're the monster
I was just a child
A child you preyed on
You brought me to tears
My hatred for you lives on
You made fun of me for my weight
Then you’d laugh when I’d cry
You gave my sister presents
To me, sometimes never said hi
I’ve dreamed about you dying
Such a wonderful feeling
You tried to take take my sister away
Because your kid couldn’t stay
I hate you with all my heart
Which is the problem
I need to forgive
Its the only way I’ll solve them
I’ll never forget
I’ll never shed a tear
The day that you die
Will be my happiest that year
I will never mourn you
Never speak kindly of
But I’m forgiving you for me
Not for love
I have to move on
I want a happy life
So I forgive you
Time to pull out that knife
Even though I might not mean it
It may take awhile
I just said it
In my own poetic style

© 2011 Sad Penguin

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Added on November 20, 2011
Last Updated on November 20, 2011
Tags: Forgive, Sad, Depressed, Depression, Aunt


Sad Penguin
Sad Penguin


I'm a male in my twenties who is currently going through a rough patch. More than two years ago, I have been diagnosed with the following: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Major Depression, Agoraph.. more..