cheryl davis miller
A Picture Puzzle - Poem by cheryl davis miller
Why should it be that family
would be the cause of pain to me?
Those the closest that I know;
would deal this painful blow?
Why should my own neighborhood;
be where I'm most misunderstood?
Why those with whom I share a name
scramble in line to lay blame?
This picture puzzle; puzzles me
the answer I do long to see.
For somehow it occurred to me
I would be safe with family.
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