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MANDY CLARISSA


EVERYTIME YOU LET ME DOWN


Every time u let me down
I beat myself about it
Beat myself that I believed
Beat myself that I dared dream

Everytime u let me down
I beat myself abt it
Beat myself wit naivety
Beat myself with ignorance

Everytime u let me down
I beat myself abt it
Beat myself foolishly
Beat myself with regret

Everytime u let me down
I beat myself abt it
Beat myself that I ws gullible
Beat myself with questions

Every time u let me down
I beat myself abt it
Beat myself with dismay
Beat myself with disarray

Everytime u let me down
I beat myself abt it
Beat myself unkindly
Beat myself needlessly

Everytime u let me down
I beat myself abt it
So please let me down gently
So I can beat myself about it
One more time
Just one more time

Submitted: Tuesday, October 25, 2011
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  • Rookie G.Y Hammed (10/25/2011 9:15:00 PM)

    Nice poem. Rhythmically ok. The message is clear. A few good rhymes and it is musical. (Report) Reply

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