Violet Creek

(July 31 / United States of America)

Help


No one hears,
when I scream,
when I yell,
for help.
No one sees,
when I rech,
ot of the darkness,
towards th light.
No one notices,
the struggle,
of others,
so caught up,
in their own little worlds.
No one understands,
the lives or thoughts,
of the ones around them.
Most wont offer,
a helping hand.
Some will help you up,
just to push you down.
Alot will help,
just to judge.
Others will help you up,
just to give you,
the jacket off their back.
There needs to be more people,
willing to help.
There needs to be less people,
willing to sabatage.
There needs to be less people,
willing to judge.
There needs to be more people,
willing to help.

Submitted: Thursday, August 04, 2011
Edited: Thursday, August 04, 2011

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