Teenager Miss

Hey Miss, I Love Ya

Don't care about your age 

Too Fast



Hey Miss I Remember

You & Me  with a Stroller

I Remember your laugh

Mama's workin 

Hey Miss another night

Papa might tickle every minute

I Remember


And more Laughter

I Remember conscious Philosophy

And now

You're Sad 

So filled with enlightment

You Just might Pop

With Self righteousness


Hey Miss

I miss ya

Sincerely do

All the times we had


Till Later

Hey Miss

I Love You

I'll kill a million fools

Anyone in your way

You could pick and choose

My sentence

I'd serve a few centuries 


Hey Miss

I'm not your enemy

Ideals & Ideals

You Don't have to

Own them Now

That's my job 


Hey Miss 

I'll be Patient 

I'll wait for the clearing

At the end of the path

Oh, we'll Laugh 

And we'll Laugh

I can't Wait

Sure Love You

See you 


See you



  • Author: El_Pretzadente (Offline Offline)
  • Published: January 15th, 2018 02:31
  • Category: Family
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  • Aislinn Wilson

    All of this sounds all too familiar and accurate. Perfectly unsettling poem. Love it.

  • El_Pretzadente

    Thank You, A Wilson!

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