Michelle Dickson

(August 12,1990 / Denison, Texas)

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Fear
Anger
These emotions are too much
Take away the pain
For they weigh heavy much.

Upon my fragile shoulders
I feel the weight begin to lift,
The knife has done its job
As my blood begins to drip.

Fear of being blamed
For a death that wasn't my fault,
Anger from my weakness
that the fear had brought.

Fear and Anger
Emotions I know so well
Have brought along the inevitable
As the puddle begins to swell.

Submitted: Friday, November 02, 2007
Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011

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