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Ke'Love Moss

Rookie (November 2,1994 / Indianapolis, Indiana)

*DEEP DOWN*


Deep down inside I'm hurting.
Deep down inside I'm crying.
Deep down inside I know there's something wrong but i dont know how or what to do about it.
So I just sit here and think, think about how much I'm hurting and wont tell anybody about how deep down inside I'm DIEING.
I'm Dieing from all the hurt and pain and abuse I've been put through.
And I just sit here and die, die from all the abuse, die from holding everything in, die frm not seeking help when I know I needed
I've gain from it all, all the abuse and pain I've been put through it's killing me and I dont know what to do can you tell me please?
Deep down inside I'm hurting
Deep down inside I know there's something wrong with me but I dont know what to do about it.
But overall deep down inside I'm DIEING.

Submitted: Monday, July 13, 2009

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  • Rookie Tai Chi Italy (7/13/2009 6:07:00 PM)

    Deep down, is from where this poem came forth...spilled into our view at last. Suppression of our natural human emotions, is VERy bad for us. Poetry, art, creativity in all it's forms, releases us immediately we expell from our deepest core. In writing such a fine poem, you are no longer dying and doing, just the right thing.

    Big bonus of being poetically inclined!

    Cool work

    Smiling at you

    Tai (Report) Reply

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