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B.P.A. Consider yourself warned...

Posted by Broken on January 21, 2005, at 16:54:53

I am not much on poetry.. nor do I consider myself a writer, by any stretch. However, I think there is something to be said for writing during some of your worst times. In my case, when reliving dificult memories that have left a mark not only on my personality, but have also influenced my life all these years later.

As I have stated before on this site, being a newbie, not to mention somewhat, if not totally anonymous, has it's advantages. I can write, and not be concerned with any stigma in my everyday life. Bad Poetry Ahead.. consider yourself warned..


The childhood memories are so intense
Trading in your innocence
For grownup things you did not know
and grownup places you were forced to go

All the pain you had to feel
All the suffering that will not heal
All the fears you had to hide
All the tears you kept inside

Is it worth it now when you're alone
to know the things you could have shown
might have freed you from the pain
cleared your mind and kept you sane

Are you proud you "did the right thing"
Did someone praise you, make you a king
or did they ignore your sacrifice
and leave you alone to pay the price

If you told them now, would they even see
how they left that child alone to bleed
or would they stand without a clue
The child they left turned out to be you

I'm Broken 2004


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