RiRi S...


SOmething must be wrong with me


Something must be wrong with me
with all the this anger in me
trying so hard to let it out.
Always yelling, and crying never
knowing what to do.

I can never know what's
wrong, or what's right.
With all these motions in me,
I can't use any.

All these terrible things
happen in life, whether your home,
at school, at a friends anywhere,
as long as your bodies with you and controlling it.

I have all these thought's,
it's to painful.
It makes my stomach tie into a really tight knot,
when it hits me..

I need my body to control my anger,
whenever it hit's me.
I want her to tell me to stop, never do it again,
calm down.
It feels like my heart is to weak,
than it starts to leak.

I need my brain to work with
the body, why does the bad motion
get to me all the time when something bad happens.

Something must be wrong with me
when I'm in love,
when I'm in trouble,
when I'm in a fight,
or even when I'm at school.

Something has to hit through me
when I did something bad.
I lose my temper
don't know what to do.

Runaway is a bad option,
never leave your family like that,
you know they care for you.

Something must be wrong with me
my family help me out,
my friends are always there,
my cousins got my back.

Don't ever forget that
your family is behind you
watching you and helping you
out in the situation that your going through!

(Literally I almost cried typing this)

Submitted: Monday, August 10, 2009
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