Fix Me

Poem By nisha dyrene

I miss being unafraid
Of lizards, big dogs and responsibility
I remember believing
In fairies, forevers and soulmates
I wish I hadn’t lost
My watch, my puppy, my confidence
I should have kept
My virginity, my friends, my conscience

If only I didn’t grow up
And make bad choices.
If only I could go back in time
And learn how to fix me

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