Silent Screams

June 21, 2010
By Mongo BRONZE, Uhrichsville, Ohio
Mongo BRONZE, Uhrichsville, Ohio
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Favorite Quote:
the function of music is to release us from the tyranny of concious thought

Nobody cares to listen,
To my silent screams,
In their selfish thoughts,
They are deaf to my pleas.
I beg them not to leave me,
In very settle ways,
Yet in their snickering dust,
Is where I continue to lay.
Everyone sees my smile,
Saying everything is fine,
But what they don’t see,
Is the tears behind my eyes.
I just want to be a part of someone,
Who actually cares for me,
Who isn’t constantly deaf,
To my silent screams.

The author's comments:
You know that feeling that your trapped inside your own body? That was the inspiration for this poem. There was one point where I was angry and depressed all the time but i couldn't do anything about it because I simply didn't know what was wrong! Whenever I would talk to someone they would just laugh and tell me to get over it, so I just resorted to not saying anything and just crying myself to sleep.

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