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Always the bad guy...
by Ed Matlack

Monday, May 03, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.
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When playing Army or war,

I was always the bad guy,

My friends would be the good,

And I was always the Nazi,

For some reason I never understand the real score…

 

For the most part I did lose,

But at the time it was what I did choose,

I didn’t seem to know any better,

Could it be from my familial life,

From when they did of me abuse…

 

No matter, even though I let go all of that,

I still was a little pain in the a** brat,

I don’t know how my parents & friends put up with me,

With my parents we were in constant combat…

 

I’ve grown to be an adult with little self-confidence,

Though I try, I still find myself not having much sense,

But I still do fight hard to continue on,

Tis the only words I can use in my own defense…

 

 

© ed ~ 5/2/10

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Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/4/2010
there is a book called, "Its never too late to have a happy childhood" it is a good one for those who were damaged in theirs
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/4/2010
PeeWee is but all full of dog's manure, he was the one that elected you to be the bad guy, I was chasing hillbillies girls at the time, too old to play hide and seek with me brothers.

EDvard(k) Ole Brother

PS. heard nutin' from Tiger Lily sis?

Reviewed by Sandie Angel 5/3/2010
I was just the opposite, I always played the good person type. Even in school play, I played the role of Mother Mary. I didn't choose the role, my teacher chose that for me and the others.

I think when we look back, good or bad, those were the really good clean fun days.

LOL!...I guess you just wanted to be bad in the plays , because you can't do that for real, 'cause you were and still are a good person!!

Enjoyed this greatly!!

Sandie Angel :o)
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 5/3/2010
But I still do fight hard, to continue on

Keep On, Keepin On, Brother!

PS: Ma says you were always the 'bad guy,' because old Brother Edvard always insisted on bein the 'good guy.' I never knew that, since I was always just runnin around in the woods.



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