A Poem by TabbyLeeT

I need to work on it a bit. But my counselor thinks my poetry benefits me. I've taken it back up again for fun.


A snip, a stitch.
Alls better from here.
Look at you your what all the girls want
Your daddy hit you, your boyfriends used you
But look at you, how symetrical it all is
It wont fix it
You're as broken as the day he laid his fist on your porcelain face
You wont touch your food and the water wont fill what you need
The moneys not worth the things you do
So its free
You'd never take the help
Take bubble baths with wine
sing off tune, play in the rain
it wont wash the stain away
Tell me it hurts
Tell me your afraid he'll start again
Tell me you love to hear I love you because he never told you
You dress so cute, so sexy, because your a s**t to him
No one will want you past 25, you better get that ring.

© 2012 TabbyLeeT

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Added on July 2, 2012
Last Updated on July 2, 2012
Tags: love, father, daughter, jaded, lost, memories.




I have not used this profile for some time. I was an emo brat, ignore this and all the s****y "poetry." I'm not even into writing anymore. more..