I Walk In The Rain

January 18, 2009
By Danielle McFarland, Spokane, WA

I walk in the rain
where no one can see

Eyes red from crying
tear-stained cheeks

The wind grows colder
I wrap my jacket tighter

As raindrops fall
my tears join in the puddles

My pain is invisible
to all who pass me

And so I continue
to walk in the rain
where no one can see

The author's comments:
My mom has been a single parent since I was 2, and after I turned 16, she got remarried. He wasn't violent, he just had a tendency to drink a lot. After his first DUI, mom stopped doing anything about his problem, and I became midly depressed.

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on Feb. 1 2010 at 3:07 pm
jazzolinenikkole SILVER, Bauxite, Arkansas
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"you can be who you want to be dont let someone else tell you who you are"

hey i walk in the rain for the very same reasons nice work

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