In Your Absense

August 22, 2009
By charles harrison BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
charles harrison BRONZE, Brooklyn, New York
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My life long depression is a direct reflection of all that I lack as a person which stagnates myself expression the wrath of my anger is what I fight to lesson

Yet I know not how and who a teacher to teach there can be no lesson taught

So I live a self revealing life
so lost in all that's wrong
Striving to do what you perceive to be right

When what you feel is right doesn't matter at all
I cant run away fast enough from loneliness
On my knees crying and groaning screaming lord why did you choose me to go threw this unbreakable pain



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Desire said...
on Sep. 14 2009 at 8:05 pm
This poem is so like me. I felt it the entire way through.

on Sep. 10 2009 at 1:56 am
ctrisha3 SILVER, Phoenix, Arizona
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I really like this poem.

It's real and really pops out at you. Last mine has to be my favorite line. Great work :)

Kat11 said...
on Sep. 8 2009 at 11:25 pm
Kat11, Somewhere, Washington
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good poem

i love the natural beat (esp. in the first section)

keep it up!

blessings,

kat

on Sep. 8 2009 at 5:24 pm
purplemusician SILVER, Columbus, Indiana
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Favorite Quote:
"those who matter don't mind, but those who mind don't matter" ~ Dr. Seuss

i like it, it made me really think.

check my poetry out if you get the chance.


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