Doris Beaulieu


Broken Souls


Broken Souls

I talk to producers of books and screenplays
My tormented farm life strayed my way

Strict sheltered home and harsh realities
Today's modern world and mental tragedies

Constantly under pressure, was pure and healthy
I find I was repressed by everything I'd see

Never exposed to the world most know
By turning on t.v and watching a show

The day finally came, I had to leave home
To the hard tough world, I felt so alone

This blanket of comfort, unbeknownst to me
Left me asking for an angel to help guide me

We need guidance for our mental well -being
Let politicians and Parents learn the true meaning

The book is a true story all about me
Put into screenplay for the world to see

By: Doris Anne Beaulieu
At: http: //youtu.be/_vqj8Sts5wY

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014

Topic of this poem: Family


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  • Gold Star - 20,980 Points Chinedu Dike (9/25/2014 8:55:00 AM)

    A sad story from the heart, nicely penned to drive home the point. Thanks for sharing. Please have a look at my poem MANDELA - THE IMMORTAL ICON. (Report) Reply

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