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Don't Get To Me

by Che Blackman

I am so pathetic
I really am
I lost my keys
And I said, “Damn!”
I am very irresponsible
Because of this drastic event
Now I have the title of
“Mr Forget.”
Why couldn’t I have a chance
To redeem myself, just because
I’m 15 they say, “No you can’t.”


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About the author...

Che Blackman is a 17 year old (16 years at time of submission) aspiring poet who "writes poetry when he has something to say." In his spare time he likes to play chess, soccer, video games and shows his wild side messing around in the kitchen and garden. A former student of the Coleridge & Parry Secondary School (Barbados), Che will be pursuing an associates degree in Biology and Information Technology at the Barbados Community College in September 2010. He enjoys reading books by Eric Jerome Dicky, Zane, J.K Rowling and Roald Dahl. He also enjoys reading "chick lit" by English authors.

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