Sick

Sick

A Poem by Michelle Raye
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Sick of people who act like friends.

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You cough on my words

And step on my beliefs

It's obvious to me

You have a disease

 

You laugh at my thoughts

And sneeze on my dreams

It's obvious to me

You have a disease

 

You started the rumors

You spread all the lies

It's obvious to me

You want me to die

 

So you'll spread this disease

And all of this schtick

It's obvious to me

You're sick

© 2009 Michelle Raye


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Michelle Raye
Obviously, I'm not happy

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obviously, you're not happy
reminds me of how cruel people can be at times, especially in a social environment such as a school. though, having one person being mistreated by another is a common ground for a wide majority, and you use your creativity to create a poem from it.
allowing yourself to vent with poetry is a great way in handing stress in a non-violent manner, and hopefully writing this poem has helped you to vent your anger on whatever or whoever was bothering you at the time.

Posted 10 Years Ago


sharp,honest.beautiful.i know just who to send it to

Posted 11 Years Ago


I love the imagery of how you show the other person being so dismissive of every aspect of you. Portrays the feeling beautifully!

Posted 11 Years Ago


girl, this really good! the sarcastic edge in it really fits great. Its short with few words but with outstanding expression. nicely cooked spagetti bolonese with spice! (my fav food without the spice)

I applaud you for this one.

Posted 11 Years Ago



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Michelle Raye
Michelle Raye

Riverview, MI



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Salut! Je m'appelle Michelle! Je suis 17 ans. (Hello! My name is Michelle! I have 17 years!) Part-time daughter of a single parent, Part-time girlfriend to loving guy, and a full-time pain towards.. more..

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