Triauna Hall

(April 21 / Maryland)

Deep...


Hurt? Can't even describe how I feel right now
Guilt? Was guilt what you felt after you brought me down?
Pain? Throughout my body with fury in your eyes
Hate? I now have, for you who I despise
Love? Is what I had before you went wild?
Happy? Naw not no more, that feelings is mild
Fear? No not here, I just want you to disappear
Calm? No not me, I'm trying to look through these tears
Sorrow? Not from me but hopefully from you
Disappointment? Of course and highly upset too
Excited? Yeah, to reveal my future plans
Nice? Not no more, I'm taking matters into my own hands
Deep? Nope it gets deeper, you will soon see
Done? That's what happens when you mess with me

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 04, 2012

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  • Hans Vr (2/13/2012 5:36:00 PM)

    Yes, Triauna, very nice poem. I like the style, I like the strength and resilience expressed here so poetically. If we search deep in our soul, we almost always find the right way to deal with no matter how big the obstacle. (Report) Reply

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