Why cant i just be bad at everything.
Why do you people have to rub it in.
Cant i just not be sucessful?
I always lose.
i always lose.
I always lose.
It's starting to become a ritual.
I cant stop losing.
I cant do anything right.
I aint no winner.
This i dont mind what i really do mind
and get upset about is that
you guys have to constantly laugh at me
I know i'm bad you dont have to rub it in.
I've realised that i'm the centre of topics.
Most of the time the dumb things i do are
the talk of the group.
It's always about me.
Come to think of it.
It has always been so.
All the things i've corked up in.
what i've messed up in.
The dumb yet funny things.
It's always me me me.
I dont like this at all.
Die people die.
Perish & burn in hell
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Meridian (22.214.171.124) -- Tuesday, September 20 2005, 06:41 pm|
I feel so much like you on this poem that I don't know what the world to do. I've said it before, and I'll say it again...you are BAD TO THE BONE , IN POETRY NOT BAD AS IN TERRIBLE. Now, the other things I wouldn't know about, and I wouldn't say anything if I did know your performance in the categories listed in your poem. I've been there. I'm still there.
|Meridian (126.96.36.199) -- Tuesday, September 20 2005, 06:42 pm|
I couldn't hit a ball in baseball. When I say I will, somebody else must be saying "you won't" because the opposite always happens. Like my "To The Hilt" poem. I feel you Jughead. Both of us are going through trying times. As for your last two sentences, they crack me up. What would it be like if the critics had vanished and it was just the "underdogs" living on this Earth. The world would be better already wouldn't it? Once again, fabulous at expounding on your feelings! I'm there with you all the way! Keep on Jughead! Keep on!
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