Kimberly Hope Poems
A Frightening Nightmare
I had a nightmare about you,
but their is nothing I can do.
I think that I ought to tell you,
only it's frightened me.
Frightened me so much;
I can not cry,
I am afraid to talk of anything,
in secret I am shaking wildly,
it feels as if my chest has been stabbed thoroughly.
This nightmare can not even be remembered,
yet is is so strong
that I can not even think straight,
it has frightened past relieving capabilities.
I don't understand any of this,
why would this happen?
Why me, you, even us?
Maybe if I can just let go;
let the ...
A Caged Freedom
I wasn't born in a cage,
so why are you forcing me to live like I belong in one?
I have been trained not to speak,
not to ask, yell, or mourn,
otherwise their will be consequences:
consequences that force me to beg for mercy,
scream in my own honor,
and cry on a lonely, starless night.
No more shall I mourn or cry.