Shilesha Johnson

Rookie (july 11th 1992 / manhattan)

Trapped in Pain


I feel pain for the girl in me who was forced to grow up before her time
For the girl that has kept every hurt and secrete trapped inside
For the girl that never knew wat love was really like
cus those who sed they did was only telling her a lie
I feel pain for the girl that has suffered O' so much
I feel pain for the girl that cries out just to feel her mothers touch
I feel pain for the girl that has gone through, wat no one will ever get
I feel pain for the little girl who still hasn't felt a certain love yet
I feel for that girl who won't let
people in because of her mind set
because of the people in HER life
I feel for that girl
This little girl's been trapped inside

Submitted: Sunday, June 22, 2008

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Comments about this poem (Trapped in Pain by Shilesha Johnson )

  • Rookie Crystal Cadet (9/4/2008 4:39:00 PM)

    i agree with frandy...u gotta let everything that is making u trapped or scared, juss let it go it might not be easy....but think bout u (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Evaughn Gray (6/22/2008 3:06:00 PM)

    I truly love this poem..it's sad and heartbreaking...but truly beautiful..great poem ~Hazel G.E (Report) Reply

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