Category: Poetry

I ain’t as good as I’m gonna get, but I’m better than I used to be

I am about to write a post to update everyone on what’s been going on the past 2 months that I’ve been home. But first, I am posting this song by Tim McGraw, it has some good lyrics about bettering yourself. I hope all the mothers had a good Mothers Day yesterday. “Better Than I Used To Be” by Tim McGraw I know how to hold a grudge I can send a bridge up in smoke And I can’t count the people I’ve let down, the hearts I’ve broke You ain’t gotta dig too deep If you wanna find some

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A poem about heroin addiction: Venomous

As I anxiously wait for the magistrate’s date I sit and ponder my majestic mistakes. My crimes are gathered ’round me in a pool of shame, what a fool I was to think that alone I could change. Over and over poison coursed through my veins like venom from a lovely, deadly and devious snake. And all the while I prayed to God for God to fix the troubles caused by my own tortured state. Instead – He placed me in this iron-barred fate alone, all alone with my majestic mistakes. God, I cried, why is this to be my

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