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Your Dissapointment

Don't be so embarrased that i was once in your life
ashamed that in the past i made your gloomy days bright
sorry that you turned out as good as i turned out so bad
sorry things didnt turn out like the plans that we had
though you hang me up everytime that i called
your still the happiest thought that helps to get me through it all
hate me for being a criminal hate me for being a thug
but as much as you hate me for you that's how much ill love
once more i am very sorry that i turned out as bad as your good
sorry that my lifestyle is so bad and misunderstood
i will never forget you because we do have a past
and if you'd listen for a minute i think youll remember the laughs
i still wish you the best from here till the end
and remember that with me you'll always have a friend
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Submitted by Erick17 on July 07, 2016

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Erick Ibarra

I consider myself a very simple person, even though my family and friends say that I am impossible to deal with and my fiance always say's no one else would ever put up with me. But either way, I feel that I am who I am and every once in a while I like to sit back and put some of my thoughts into some sort of writing hoping it might make someone think about themselves or if not, just hoping it entertained anyone who happened to come across it and read it. I do, however sit back and think a lot about all that life has brought across me and has allowed me to survive. I have had a rough childhood and can honestly say I should be dead by now. well hope you enjoy my writings about life and mostly about death and know that one day it will find us far before we ever find it! Yes I am fascinated with it and one day can't wait to find the answers to my questions about what my friends have experienced and that I honestly am jealous of because they got there before me... more…

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