A new entry for Old Poetry Friday, brought to you by Angsty Allie from 10th grade! No idea why I wrote this or if it was for an assignment or whatever, but enjoy!
“I don’t think that way…
You MUST be wrong.”
I don’t know for sure.
But neither do you.
Stop acting like you do.
“I was wrong…
BUT still…I’m kinda right.”
It’s a dark, lonely world
for a closed mind.
Convinced they’ve figured it out.
And they’re the one who’s always right.
But fail to see how wrong they are.
How will you handle
being so alone?
“I’M going to do this…!”
“That’s awesome! I’m going to…”
“Yeah, well I’M gonna…!”
Is it a competition?
If it is, you’re the only player.
The winner, like you always want.
But there can only be one winner.
Do you want to be that alone?
I still know.
Don’t you dare pity me
Because you think you’re superior
I don’t need pity from anyone
Not even you.
Feel free to assume
what my emotions are.
I doubt you’ll ever get it right.
Speculation from you
will always be just that.
You’ll never ask.
So you’ll never know the answer.
Just shut up.
I don’t care about how much you ‘ROCK.’
I heard it the first seventy five million times you told me.
Enough is enough.
Because if you’re seeking validation from me,
Look in a mirror.
“You don’t look AT ALL like your sister.”
What’s with the disgusted face?
Is that some kind of indirect insult?
But it’s not skin-deep.
I guess you’ll never get to know the depth
of how wrong you are
since your waters are too shallow
for me to stand.
“I KNOW why you don’t want to have kids;
you don’t want them to wind up looking like you.”
You don’t know.
But good guess.
You were close.
“You can’t see it.”
“You’re just BLIND.”
Really? Am I?
Again, I don’t know.
I might never know.
But I would never call you that.
You’re not blind.
We just see different things.
But you can’t see that.
You tread the thin line
between certainty and thought.
Get on the better side.
Before your side gets the better of you.
I’m okay with that.
I’m a blind, ugly girl who doesn’t want to hear
your brilliant, numerous accomplishments.
Who would rather be herself than some carbon copy,
Because I can look in a mirror right now
and see a face that isn’t mine.
Because I can already see the person,
reflected in the glass
who I hope I will become.
Do you disagree?
I’m willing to change.
I already am.