Wensday Wood

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Always The Reason - Poem by Wensday Wood

I hear those words
Echoing in my head
You are the
Reason he drinks

I scream no and
Try to push those
Horrible words out
Of my head

I fall to the
Floor covering my ears
Wishing that it
Was not true

They repeat in my
Over and over again
In my head
Tormenting my mind

This can not be
True it is just
A nightmare please
Let this be

Yet deep inside me
Somewhere I know that
These words are
Ringing the truth

I wish there was
Someway I could take
It away and
Not be true

I wish I was
Never born so they
Could live without
That insane drinking

I wish that all
Those drinks never happened
And every moment
Of it gone

Sadly I can’t change
The past or future
So while I
Lay here thinking

Thinking of a way
To stop this all
I could not
Find a solution

The won’t stop till
I’m gone but that
Is not for a long time

In that time I
Will give everyone pain
And fear because
I’m the reason
He drinks

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 12, 2008

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