I know it was you

I know it was you and all doubt is now removed.

I wept over you after your fake demise

I’ve seen you since and I’ve looked into your eyes

silent lips but the same sneaky smurk

you remind me of a boy I knew back in 1978

surely this cannot be my fate

to be abused by you both who are one and the same

well I’ll tell my story for I have no shame

shame on you for your nasty little games

little man you really are, six footey plus in your outer jar

still mine is to forgive but never will I forget

I only have this one regret

saying hello on that Tuesday evening to you
PTSD for a decade I have had to live and still work through

It’s not over yet as I’m the one who has control
All fear is gone, I’ll sing my song, I’m not afraid of you.

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About God’s Girl1

Hello I write about what I know and I just try to let the words flow from my heart and soul. I have one of those minds that never switches off and because my poems are pretty simple I find the process very therapeutic and releasing for my mind too.

3 thoughts on “I know it was you

  1. amitapaul

    We have here poem seeking to describe and process an emotional trauma ending in a fragile resolution . It is both narrative- based and emotion- based and conveys a sense of immediacy to the reader.

    1. God’s Girl1 Post author

      Thank you I just wrote it on the page, no prep like almost all of my works. I should do a course


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