I’d hate me, If I were you

Poetry

Forgive, forget, and move on,
I don’t know, how you do it.
‘Cause 4 years and 5 months later,
I still can’t look myself in the mirror.
After what I did to you,
I don’t know me anymore.
Who am I? I have no clue,
And my heart is still sore.
But you forgave me in an instant,
Didn’t even ask for an explanation.
And years later, I still ponder…
“Did you care?” I wonder.
‘Cause if our places were reversed,
We would no longer stay friends,
That would have been the end.

For NaPoWriMo Day 6

For this poem, I took a line, ‘If our positions had been reversed, would I have forgiven her?’ from The Queen of Hearts by Kimmery Martin.

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Trash Comments

Poetry, Writer life

Isn’t it super-duper easy,
To hide behind your device,
As your use a pseudonym,
Fear giving out your name,
Or reveal your true face?

 
Passing random comments,
To random people,
Who are living their life,
Cause you don’t have your own.
Isn’t it super-duper easy?

 
Does it make you feel cool?
Or that you are superior?
Who do you think you are?
Will I be scared of you?
Nay, you’re just cowardly fool.

Hey guys, How do you deal with trash commenters? Your inputs would mean a lot to me.

Reviewing The Haters

Poetry, Writer life

I’d wouldn’t pay a penny,
Nor I’d wish them upon any.
Oh! How I loathe the haters!
Would you ever buy one? 

But, just give it a thought,
How important they are? 
They are priceless gifts
Use them to your benefit. 

Their constant vile words,
Can be your motivation.
Make it your mission
To prove them wrong.
 

Appreciate all the effort,
They forget their own lives,
To poke their nose into yours.
Aren’t they amusing? 

Some days I pity them,
Their negligence towards themselves.
Some days I admire them,
How they push me to be better.

For NaPoWriMo Day 27.

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