I Just Want To Feel Like I Belong

Trisha M.Hopkins By Trisha M.Hopkins, 22nd Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1k70s3hi/
Posted in Wikinut>Writing>Poetry

Basically wanting to fit in. Belong to a group of friends. I'm sure you can relate to this poem because everyone feels like this in one part of their life. Please comment and follow me please so we can read each others work. Thank you for reading.

I Just Want To Feel Like I Belong

November.10.2000
Trisha Barrek Hopkins

I just want to feel like I belong
Like I fit in
Is that so wrong
Or is that too much of a sin

I want to be a part of the game
Not the one who's being played for a fool
I don't want to be called a different name
Why do you have to make up such a stupid rule

If your not like us
Then you can't be a part of our friends
It hurts and tares up my heart
So much in my life sometimes I wish it would end
I just wanted to fit in from the start

It feels like everyone is against me
And deep down inside it's killing every part
Why can't they see
That they are destroying my heart
Why can't they let me be

Why can't they just be my friend
Why they see me cry
A shoulder why won't they lend
No they rather see me die

I just want to feel like I belong
Just to know I'm a part of something
The feeling is a great one
Just like when you listen to a favorite song

Copyright

Tags

Belong, Feel, Friends, Left Behind, Other, Tears

Meet the author

author avatar Trisha M.Hopkins
37, Mother of 2 gorgeous daughters 13 n 10, Found my high school sweetheart after 15 years and now we celebrated our 1yr anniversary aug-27-13. Ill never let him go no matter what. I Love poetry

Share this page

moderator Peter B. Giblett moderated this page.
If you have any complaints about this content, please let us know

Comments

author avatar Mariah
7th May 2016 (#)

Heartfelt poem beautfully expressed Trisha..
A person who is pure in heart and soul may feel the sting of rejection from those who are not.. but those who are not will never know the true joy of real friendship..

Reply to this comment

Add a comment
Username
Can't login?
Password