I Had Fun


Feeling down.
In a rut.
Never can,
Get back up.
Using people as my crutch.
And never giving them enough.
All I can give is my love,
And support if that's what they want.
I always hope they never see me cry.
Even wanted to die.
But now I've learned,
That they are a gift that I have earned.
My friends they're what I need.
I'm always smiling when they leave.
Family ends in I love you.
And that's what I need too.
I have wonderful people in my life,
This cruel, unfair, strife,
But I'll give it a shot.
All I've got.
And when it's over,
When it's done,
I'll tell them all I had fun.

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While this is her first published poem, Kindi West is a short story author and poet. Many of her selections appear on Writer's Café. She wrote her first short story at an early age and from there her adoration of writing spiraled! From her first introduction to poetry, Kindi was in love with the beauty of rhythm with words. Kindi has had a lifelong struggle with bi-polar and credits much of her prose to the experiences of that struggle. Her literary work ranges from the sweetest love fairy tales to anecdotes of wretched desolation.