Renee Blackwell

Dangerous Minds - Poem by Renee Blackwell

The dangerous mind is nothing to play with
It can make the kindest person become the strongest among the weakest.
For it is the mind set that those who went through a storm hold
Looking for that person that held their heart which is now cold.
A mind that is often very strong willed and often cold:
A mind that is now molded in the hurt and pain others have caused
But not only does their mind get dangerous but so do their heart and even their soul.

When you go through a storm your mind becomes strong
That’s when it becomes a dangerous mind with a dangerous goal.
When life is hard and the road is rough your heart and soul gets cold and often tough
Through rape, molestation, neglect and abandonment I have developed a dangerous mind.
But my dangerous mind is yet strong not willful filled with wisdom that my grandmother told

I know how to be the girl I use to be; ya know that generous down for whatever yet kind hearted and understanding girl
I’ve come down from my high of
Feeling like know one knew all the stories I knew.
That no one can tell my story the way I do,
So that dangerous mind um it unfolded.
I can now help those who share the same story
Those that are on their way to a dangerous mind in the middle of
A hazardous story
The road that can be cold but also can be hot
The road that separates the strong from those that are not
Life for me has been hard for the last 9 years maybe more
And I though still in that dangerous mind concept thought that know one and I do mean no one can know my story
But now I see my life as another fairy tale with a real life twist
And as for now and forever that dangerous mind no longer exists...

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 16, 2005

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