Ms. Anika Martinez
Drop In Emotions...
My Right To Be Where I Need To Be…
Disappoint leads to my anger and hostility.
Hostile leads to my danger zone.
Rejection is my enemy.
Embarrassment is goes back to disappoint.
Never ending cycle of lost 0 tolerances.
Patience is virtue.
I feel like leashing out.
I will act as if, and be adult.
Life over varies events.
Respect is due to the life I live.
I need to find my way back home.
Everything around me is turning red
I being pulled in the darkness that I am use too
It feels comfortable
That is never good
I am trying hard to respond differently
Then the way I use to.
People are who they say they are
It is up to me differ ate
What is acceptable to me
What is unacceptable.
My boundaries will not be cross
Only if I allow them to be crossed over
The victim in me wants me to wallow in the self-pity
She is use to swimming in the shallow waters
I will not allow her to bring me down
I am a woman with much to offer
Anyone who has the ability to appreciate a woman like myself
If not I want beg or borrow anyone
I understand the fact that people get caught up
But have the right to choose.
My right to be where I want to be
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