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I Had Forgotten – Apathy



I was eleven when my world first fell apart

I was abandoned; left on the street

A boy with a torn heart; an empty heart

A boy with nothing to eat


I gre up fast; I had to

The streets didn’t show any mercy and neither did I

I would fight; injure if I had to

It wasn’t that hard when death was staring you in the eye


I had forgotten how to be merciful


As the years passed my anger increased

My rage never did stop

When I was hurt; I didn’t cease

It was an eye for an eye; a rock for a rock


I had forgotten how to forgive


It was then years later with a gun in my hands

I was about to become a murderer; a man who did all the killing

And for the first time I shot a man

I didn’t feel a thing


I had forgotten how to feel


Years later I had grown up and survived

And I met a nice young lady; her name was Muse

We started dating; she became a part of my life

Why I agreed to that I don’t know; I’m still confused

 

As time passed she said she wanted to be my wife

And that’s when it started; the abuse

The time had finally come to say goodbye

I was prepared for it; it was expected news

 

As I left I noticed a tear in my eye

As to why I didn’t have a clue

So I decided to reflect on my life

And came upon a certain painful truth


I had forgotten how to love



 

7 comments on “I Had Forgotten – Apathy

  1. Wow !! So heartfelt. Beautifully written!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. ”As I left I noticed a tear in my eye”
    See the point.
    (Sad that i love you,but have to leave you).
    I think❤
    Very nice,love it❤
    You have a power!👍

    Liked by 1 person

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