I'm so alone
always walking home alone.
on the path I only know
It don't matter if there is snow
please let go of the past
I'm the outcast
I was the fastest to realize that
just don't ask what I meant by that.
Abusive was what I was called
but, it was all inclusive in the court
I must live with the choices I make.
Take the consequences as they come.
Overcome any obstacles
that I may reach.
I'm about to break down
from the stress.
Adding all the test's
I'm trying to make the best
the rhyme sceme was a little too much and for some reason this poem struck a bell with me... it sounded really familirar... but maybe I dont know what I'm talking about... it was alright but you don't need to be so obvious with your emotions... try to use original clichés
The rhyme is very forced in this. I prefer an imperfect rhyme scheme to forced rhymes. Why not try free verse? I think it fits serious subjects better. You also used some words repetively in such a short piece. Perhaps you could try some way to avoid doing that. You also don't need the apostrophe in "test's" since you can form a regular plural, and it's not possessive. There's a lot of emotion here. Take these ideas and ditch the rhyme and add some fresh imagery.
Poems dont always have to rhyme. In fact, I usually like poems which dont rhyme more than poems that do. I consider them to be powerful in a way, I guess. This poem is good, but would be better if you sort of changed it around some? I dont exactly understand the line about tests, but I guess you must be talking about tribulations and all that, right?