Violet Creek

Rookie (July 31 / United States of America)


I cry almost everyday,
I cry when you don't look,
I cry myself to sleep,
I cry in the shower,
I cry when I'm alone,
I cry while you sleep,
I cry when you ignore me,
I cry when you look through me,
I cry when you cry,
I cry when I'm afraid,
I cry when I'm angry,
I cry when I'm sad,
I cry when I'm stressed,
I cry on the inside,
I cry silently,
I cry almost everyday,
I cry and you don't see,
I cry on the inside,
where no one can see.

Submitted: Saturday, May 07, 2011
Edited: Friday, July 08, 2011

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  • Rookie Charlotte Ballard (5/7/2011 2:00:00 PM)

    I read all three of your poems. I found that they touched me. If I knew you, I would tell you that it gets better. If I knew you, I'd tell you to keep writing, even when it get hard, because writing has a way of lighting the way, finding the truth, and venting the hard emotions. But since I don't, I won't. :)

    From one poet to another-if you need someone to talk to...I'm here.

    Charlotte (Report) Reply

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