Childhood Nemesis

He was my neighbor;
I didn’t like him since…
His name rhymes with Pudding
Innately upsetting…

He’s a memory of nuisance
His skin, overly burnt…
four tones darker than mine,
reflected his poisonous mind.

His wicked laugh haunts me until now
-a devilish sound…
The bells of hell ringing in my head…
His smile; so big…
it’s too much.
Scared innocence out of me.

I remember him, alright…
A short guy…
noisy…
irritating
Never was he kind to me

He kept reminding me of how ugly I am
His generous mockery…
the criticisms…
I wasn’t able to erase those in my mind
They’ve become daily thoughts…
Tattoed knowledge…
Through time…

I didn’t understand him
He always joked.
Never was he serious
He only thought of fun…
And made fun…
Everything was about playing…
And jokes

Oooh!…
I didn’t like him…
I hated him since…
I wonder if I’ll stop sinning
As I still hate him!

nemesis

 

Part of My Crazy High School Verses

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