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Unaware



I'm on the side of wreaking havoc,
On the borderline of breaking savvy,
You do not know me, nor will you ever,
But only few may know where I come from.

The pen I write with my hand...
The ink it uses is my blood.
So why do you steal it from me
To fraudulently write crap about me?

I am unaware about what you say behind my back,
But I demand that you say it to my face.
Do not underestimate my situation,
Or you may fall upon yourself for doing so.

Walk with me and end this world,
Walk with me and never be sober again,
Walk with me and you will see
Why I am always craving for revenge.
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Submitted on December 10, 2014

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Jesse Cochran

Inspired by the freestyle poetry of Walt Whitman and the musically driven attitude of metal musicians Slipknot and Mudvayne, Jesse Cochran is a new poet to join Poetry.net, and he writes poetry that is a little too honest. As a matter of fact, his style of poetry is supposed to be violent and full of language like a metal song's lyrics. But he does aim to write much happier poems once his more angry ones are out of his system. more…

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