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Terrence Griffin II

Rookie - 64 Points (January 9th,1997 / Clayton, Missouri)

Inner flame


Through all the anger and the pain,
And though, nameless they remain,
There's no way to explain,
All the strain, on my brain.

My body is a frame,
Inside, nothing now remains,
My whole life, it seems, has been drained,
And now I truly am insane.

From my childhood, this piece of me,
Is nowhere near; it's history.
Attacked, though not intentionally.
To find happiness is a rarity…

Submitted: Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Edited: Thursday, September 11, 2014

Topic(s): depression


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