Treasure Island

Flora Meh

(May 7,1981 / Lansford, PA)

Hurt feelings


Why does it hurt so much
Knowing that my family doesn't want me
Or love me
What did I do that was so wrong
why can't they accept that I am not a little girl
To accept my choices that I've made for myself
Except they push me out to the side lines
Don't even know how I am feeling inside and out
Can't even figure out who I am
When I do pour my feelings out to them
They just seem not to care about them
It's like an abandonment between my family and myself
I put this wall up and let no one in
Unless ya is one who taught me the most
The most about what life is all about
Life is going thru alot of obsticals
Obsticals that will lead us to an open door of life
Life can be a challenge
A challenge to be sucessful
Sucessful with life and all that may come

Submitted: Thursday, July 23, 2009
Edited: Saturday, July 25, 2009
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