Alberto Neri


An Internal Escape


Stranded a home that's broken, and a relationship that has no faith.
Creating a fear of expressing a voice of silent emotion.
Formulating a mental state unavailable to the surrounding.
An aimless and empty soul developed by an absence of care.
Ignoring the wimph & reasoning of a clueless society.
The only cure to substand an environment like this is the same that we're told to distance ourselves from.
But, what's the point in continuing a crooked cycle.
Especially when the life you live is falsely advertised by the ones who lead us.

Submitted: Saturday, June 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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This is based on every single person's state of mind during their times of heartache. It may seem dark, but it's honest. Many are just too self-conscious to admit it.

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  • Zuleyma Garcia (6/23/2013 12:22:00 AM)

    i am one of the manny to self to admit it: /. that is a very touching poem. i invite you to come and check my poems. (Report) Reply

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