Frank Pulver

(10/28/1971 / born-(Hudson, New York) - raised-(Tampa, Florida))

Pain and Suffering


Why are there some things that can't be explained?
It feels like my actions have brought me into a life full of vain
My life feels like it is over and I have died.
I only wish that I could have someone by my side
That could help with all of pain suffering
It hurts me because I never knew what my actions would bring

Sometimes it feels like I have done everything that I can do
The pain in my life at times is so deep it makes me feel like can't move
Why do my past actions sneak up me from the past?
These are things that I know will never go away and will always seem to last
I only wish I knew why my actions seem like my life is full in vain
It is driving me insane

This poem is not only about me
But it is a part of all of humanity
I hope this does some good
And we can finally come together and see that our actions in life can be understood
So that we can break up those fears
And we see that there is no more reasons to shed our tears

Submitted: Friday, March 01, 2013
Edited: Friday, March 01, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

I know that the first two stanzas are the feelings of someone that is hurt and feels like there is no one can help him/her. These are feelings that we all have in life at sometime or another. Alot of the times we hide these feelings and try to make us seem like we are happy.

I hope that we all can see these that our lives are made by actions in our lives. Good or bad they will happen. So please let us open up our hearts to the sick and poor and show them that we understand their problems in life.

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