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Last Words
by Mia M Nakao
Tuesday, September 20, 2005
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I'm not scared of the painful boredom anymore.


I'm not worried that I'll lose this war you've declared.


I'm not the little girl I used to be, scrambling to find answers to your trivial questions.


I haven't forgotten your pathetic attempts at pulling together the pieces of my broken life


       because once I was almost complete, you took a motherfucking sledgehammer to my soul.


I will never again accept your slow deconstruction of love.


I will never write poetry for you on a napkin again.


I will never try to make you feel like you are a part of my life.


                                        I'm going to go for a walk; I'll clear my mind,


and never acknowledge you after these…last…words.

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Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/20/2005
You make a powerful statement with this one of the oppressed taking a last stance against a tyrant. I hope you are able to keep on walking when you go Mia if this poem is true. Best wishes and nice to see you on board again.

Felix
Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 9/20/2005
Powerful rant! Interesting closure, Mia!

God bless,

Sandie.
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