DAVID GERARDINO

Rookie (9/19/1963)

A Bipoler Moment,89 - Poem by DAVID GERARDINO

ITS 2 in the mourning, im thinking about
my own death, its so easy i think, for me
to end these mood swings, by cutting in
a strait line, and then i pray, again, and again,
but all i see is a bunch of christens, laughing,
and locking all thier doors, .
repent, repent, repent, stand up in fight,
show the world your strong, and can lift
any amount of wieght.
ITS 2 in the mourning, i take a bunch of pills,
sleeping pills, but they dont work, so i take
some thing eles like elevil, still it doesnt
work.
repent, repent, repent, stand up and fight,
show the world your strong, and can lift
any amoint of wieght.............


Comments about A Bipoler Moment,89 by DAVID GERARDINO

  • (10/7/2006 12:23:00 PM)


    Wow, sad and powerful... (Report) Reply

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  • (7/16/2006 5:03:00 PM)


    Hi David, This is really sad. I am hoping this was the past because of 89. It really sounded like you had a great deal of stress at the time. I feel very bad for you. I think that life is short enough and we don't need to make it shorter. (Report) Reply

  • (11/30/2005 6:43:00 AM)


    Your accessing your base, that is most important. (Report) Reply

  • (11/23/2005 1:48:00 PM)


    I hear and feel every word in this piece. Very good, very real, almost too real. Carolyn (Report) Reply

  • (11/11/2005 8:29:00 PM)


    Wow, a very sad moment for you David. Nicely written. Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

  • (11/11/2005 7:22:00 PM)


    FELLOW poets, a real bipoler moment.......................... (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2005



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