Forgiveness Part 2: Mandy

Forgiveness Part 2: Mandy

A Poem by Sad Penguin

The girl that traumatized me and helped made me afraid of females.

I was just a child
A child that thought you were pretty
I wrote you a note
Nothing clever or witty
I simply said I liked you
That was hard enough to do
You came to my group
Excitedly wanting the scoop
I was honest
You and you're girls laughed
You told more friends
They joined in
You never met me
Nor knew my name
Because I'm ugly
You filled me with shame
If that wasn't enough
Your Aunt added to my pain
One of the girls ran to tell
Further dragging me through hell
When she told her what happened
She looked with disgust
She uttered, "Oh God!"
My feelings were crushed
I rarely spoke after
When it came to being attracted
I even pretended to be gay
So girls couldn't hurt me anymore
I felt ashamed of myself
for simply finding someone pretty
I hope it was worth it
You horrible piece of s**t
I forgive you
Not really
I have to move forward
I won't let you continue to take
I want to be loved one day
So I'll do whats necessary
To get what I want most
So I'll keep saying I forgive you
Till its more than just a hoax

© 2011 Sad Penguin

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Added on December 15, 2011
Last Updated on December 15, 2011
Tags: Forgive, Forgiveness, Sad, Sadness, Depression, Depressed, Poetry, Poem


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..