Now Compared to Then

November 15, 2011
By Zira333 PLATINUM, Rockville, Maryland
Zira333 PLATINUM, Rockville, Maryland
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Now Compared to Then
I had always been an unruly child
I was sometimes jocular and wild
I was often fret and timid and galling
My mood level was never stable and always falling
I had constant qualms
Couldn’t stay calm
I wailed loudly
I knew I was a calamity
It was a wretched experience
An unwieldy task for interference
My family was compatible
People glowered at me
My parents had mettle not to derelict me
They suffered from the way I detained them
I tortured them as I reached the summit of my temper
I impaled their hearts for as long as I remember
It was my disease bipolar disorder causing a horrible sensation
My parents were able to help me with medication
For years I was shunned by anybody who I saw
They remained in awe
I was solitary until one day
As I was floundering through life
Friends I met came to play
I was no longer a baffoon for most
People indorse me
I no longer carp
No longer obscure
No longer inert
I am no longer in pain or hurt
Which is a feat
More friends I continue to meet
I am robust

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