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I know i have not posted in awhile, i have been hybernating for a bit. well i actually wrote this a bit ago when i was very very upset at someone, i am no longer If anyone is familar with alanis morisette, it is knida like a madder than hell when i wrote this but now i am fine.

Everything i say,
you find fault with.
Everything i do,
you find fault with.
Everything that defines me,
you find fault with.
If i upset you,
don't fucking talk to me.
i am tired,
i am so fucking tired,
of being treated
like an idiot.
I don't have your ability
but that doesn't give you
the right to critize,
every fucking little thing.
You can't expect everyone
to be like you,
But if that is your standard
I am me for only me.

-P.B. Hedwig

Blackbird sing in the dead of night. Take these broken wings and learn to fly.All your life.
-john lennon and Paul McCartney

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by P.B. Hedwig

P.B. Hedwig,
I really liked the message you sent with this poem. Feeling stupid is something that happens to everyone. The trick is to rise to the occasion, and not let depression take over (don't let others make you feel dumb). This poem also seems to flow well, in other words...not bad, not bad at all.

( Posted by: Drastine [Member] On: April 4, 2002 )

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