Untitled : A Poem

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the price you pay
for being nice is
your sacrifice each day,
that what you have left will suffice
and get you through the day.
no matter how many rhymes in row
you manage to dish out
you know inside and cannot hide
on what you’re losing out,
by being the “good girl”.

Always doing what is asked of you
Never asking for your self.
Doing the right thing even when it’s the wrong thing for you.
Truly losing friends and missing out.
Pondering of what would occur
Wondering if you went and just walked out.
Gasping for air.
grasping
that being overly kind is
what rewinds
Your courage level each day.
you crawl and fall.
Against the wall curling up in comfort of quiet

No more, instead prepare!
Stand and fight !
Don’t be polite screw the few (many) who’ve screwed you!
to those who don’t deserve your time of day.
Do not be timid, destroy demolish.
Jump in head first and get what’s yours.
because being “nice” is worth nothing really
if you let your love go on someone else’s arm.
You’ll live to regret that chance you got
And threw it all away.
Don’t pretend that that’s the end
It’s just beginning hopefully anyway.

it’s the fighters that will win
survival of the fittest they say.
So grab you weapon of choice
Rejoice in self-defense.
So when you recollect this fight
Win or lose You actually tried.
I’m not saying you should
be cruel and evil on this
tiny earth
for humans have been
born with original sin since birth.
Fight the inner demons with
Shield and Sword, your destiny
And you honor is what you’re fighting for

Letting down your initial guard
may be immensely hard but
when you do let go and forget
the times your heart’s been burned.
And the times you thought you’d never get through
and let someone in
drop your weapons carefully
until you can put them away for good
you’ll find him someday, and he’ll find you.
Waiting for you “the good girl”
To make good on your promise and love him without fear but with the will to fight
Happily ever after?

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