Biography of marian johnson
my own personal therapy sessions...poetry.
marian johnson Poems
The fondest memories I've ever had are when I lived with my grandparents, brother, and dad. Waiting for grandpa to come home from work to give us mint candy with a sincere smirk.
Our Mothers Plea
Spring is here, it's time to cheer. Blooming flowers covering the ground, Please take a moment and have a look around. It's been a year since you've seen this here!
I look forward to this year Kicking my butt into gear. I'm the one with all the clout Sailing through without a doubt.
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I look at these comments and smile with glee In disbelief of the kinds words that have been bestowed upon me. It's hard to share these thoughts inside of my head But easier as my confidence is fed.
James C. Comer
If there were a day That I could take away, It'd be the day I came to you in comfort When I walked over to you in only my t-shirt.
An Archeological Failure
I sit and think, I wish I'd had a shrink. As I watch myself start to decay, I'm just not feeling it today.
Funny how you pray for your mania to come back. After all these days that you've lacked. You long for happiness, even if it's a euphoric state of mind. Knowing damn well it eventually turns unkind.
I hate how I feel I hate being depressed. I hate feeling regressed. Tell me, what is the deal? !
My Sweet Joseph
I felt like a stranger in my own surroundings And one day you came along. In a life that was so chaotic You were the only thing that didn't seem wrong.
My Sweet Joseph
I felt like a stranger in my own surroundings
And one day you came along.
In a life that was so chaotic
You were the only thing that didn't seem wrong.
With you the dark clouds lifted
the waters were calm.
Colors were more vibrant
For you held me in your palm.
You were my only constant