I could think of at least a dozen incidents from my youth in which this poem would apply. Just remember, time devours all things--if you learn to look forward.
Author's Response: I think this was one of the few poems I've written that I had in mind as a song...I showed it to a few of my friends and a couple could relate. I think that a lot of people can connect with a poem or song about heartbreak, but, in time, the pain eases.rnThanks for reading!rn~Crnrn
Oh, poor girl. Well, at least you've got fanfic and LOTR and, well, you get the point. Goodness this was filled with emotion, it was just . . . woah. Sad, but good, everything angsty that i read is sad, but good which is fantastic, the best stuff i read is angsty and good!! Thanks for the reading material *hugs* - Li
Author's Response: No problem....writing is therapy for me. Thanks for reading!rn~C
Things apparently haven't changed much since I was a kid. There are always far too many of your peers who have no concern for your happiness while taking great delight in your misery, especially when they discover that you're the type of person who never hits back. Take heart in the fact that you have the potential for being a better person than any of them.
Author's Response: Part of the heirachy of schools....form against the kids who won't join you. rnBut no, things have't changed- granted, I'm was a wierd little kid, but things did get better. I take that advice to heart, and thanks for reading!
That is an excellent poem. I could really feel your hurt. One thing: to try is tries, not trys. Very nice work, though.
Author's Response: Thanks for the review. Grammer is my worst subject, but thanks for pointing that out!