Jax Ann Newton
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Jax Ann Newton Poems
I used to care. I used to wonder and let my mind soar. But now, why even bother? I know that everything I learn will just come back to bite me. I know that, it was an epiphany.
Always watching, but never criticizing. I never need worry, for you are my guardian angel. Unnoticed but always seen. What happened to the innocence of youth
Live Laugh Love
Time, so valuable, it's wasted. Life, so wonderful, it's taken for granted. Love, so unconditional, yet we make conditions.
the day i died on the inside, the place most important and true. was the day that i left you waiting, with false hope revived. life is pain, that is what they all say, but who are they to say? love is life, that is what we all know, but how can we know if we have not lived?
To My Love and My Worst Enemy
Whole things stay unbroken, Holes don’t mend themselves, If you leave them attended Up on lofty shelves.
The Lone Inhabitant
Far underneath, there is a blackness that burns. It blazes as the tongues of fire lick upward, gasping for breath. The flames rage on and on. Begging under the table like a dog, for more sustenance.
Who I Am NOW
Storms are crashing, Waves are bashing my body against the rocks. I wait for the end, when this darkness will end
I'm lost, can't find my way. Day-to-day I'm lost. Without a trace. You'll never find me here.
All around me disagree, they don't understand it's me who's in charge of me. When they all see me down, all thy ever do is frown, not even try to help. (But) Someday they'll see that I'm in charge of me
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I used to care. I used to wonder and let my mind soar.
But now, why even bother?
I know that everything I learn will just come back to bite me.
I know that, it was an epiphany.
An unbelievable epiphany, and it came from me.
Little me, who does not know anything,
I used to think I knew a lot.
A lot about life, and consequences, or at least a lot for my age.
I used to think that I knew right from wrong,
But back then, there were no shades of gray.
There was no confusing, senseless crap fogging my vision.
What do I know? Nothing.
I was naive and ...