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You're Going To Be Sorry

Don't think I don't know what you did

By Manisha DhalaniPublished 4 months ago 1 min read
You're Going To Be Sorry
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I know what you did

I know what you're still trying to do

You did a wrong thing

Possibly more than one wrong thing, actually

So you're trying to cover your @$$

But let it be known

That I know what you did.

I never told anyone

About your actions

That can be easily deemed as

Immoral.

I wanted to wait

For the world to find out

On its own.

Because I know

I know how you love to manipulate

Those close to you

Those you have wrapped around your fingers

To believe

That you are TRUE

While everyone else is lying,

Conniving

Devil on earth.

But the horns,

Good sir,

Are growing on your head

Not mine.

I am angry

So angry

That nobody knows

What the true you is.

But I have to keep asking myself,

Do I have the energy

To deal with the fire

That I can create

That will burn everyone down

Especially you

And people around you

Whose only mistake

Was trusting you.

I hope karmic justice

Is a real thing

Because I can't wait

For it to bite you

In the behind.

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Manisha Dhalani

Content writer and marketer helping solopreneurs achieve organic growth. Loves reading, eating cake, and having insightful conversations.

www.manishadhalani.com

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Comments (13)

  • Mika Oka3 months ago

    Someday, karma will come bite them

  • Murali4 months ago

    Me to the " POLITICIAN " 😅

  • Biting one's tongue until it bleeds is extremely painful (& can cause one to pass out or even die from a loss of blood!). But there is something both rewarding & comforting in taking the high road & letting others figure it out on their own.

  • D.K. Shepard4 months ago

    Very raw and rhythmic! Great poem, Manisha!

  • Catherine Nyomenda4 months ago

    I could feel your anger. I hope all is well with you.

  • Yes, you can wait for karma. Or you can just expose them no matter who gets affected. I suggest the latter, of course 😝 Hope you're okay though. Sending you lots of love and hugs ❤️

  • Kageno Hoshino4 months ago

    very good

  • angela hepworth4 months ago

    Very painfully relatable as a fellow embittered, flawed human. Thank you for sharing such vulnerability and emotional honesty through your work here!

  • “M”4 months ago

    Great job

  • “M”4 months ago

    I did not do anything 🙌🫣😝

  • C. Rommial Butler4 months ago

    Well-wrought! Humble advice from bitter experience: no one can win a game that is not played.

  • L.C. Schäfer4 months ago

    Hoping this is not autobiographical. If it is, I hope you are OK. If you aren't, I hope this helped and you find peace. Revenge first, maybe, but in the long run, peace.

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