Deirdre Devina

Dead Inside - Poem by Deirdre Devina

I hide how I feel
I pretend to be perfect
I deny who I am
In every aspect
People think I'm strong
That i'm the perfect being
But I'm am nothing like that
I just keep on fleeing
I try to help out everyone
Forget the last time I cried
I just don't feel for myself
I am dead inside

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 19, 2005

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