megan watts

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Dear God - Poem by megan watts

Dear god
Why do you cause me so much pain?
Or is it i that causes myself pain
All i seem to do is cry
For reasons i dont know why
Why do i cry myself to sleep?
Why do i think so deep?
Why have i scared myself so much?
Everything seems out of reach like theres nothing i can touch
Why cant i have a fairytail ending?
But on myself i keep depending
Why is my life like this?
Theres things i miss
Why havn't i got a normal life?
Why did i get out the knife?
Why wont you let this missery end?
Why dont i have the perfect life to spend?
Why wont you put everything right?
My life seems like a constant fight
Why do you put me through this and make me want to die?
Why wont you let me then? , but none of this i know so tell me why!


Comments about Dear God by megan watts

  • (2/27/2007 6:41:00 PM)


    wow that poem is great i'm sory i just read it now. that reminded me of me. i remeber wanting it all to end and just being so tired of all of this load. i just wanted it to go away. i didn't care how just now. i would cry myself to sleep wishing i could be that girl with all the boys are more skinny or just not myself.i diidn't want to be me. i didn't want to be anyone. i loooooooooooooooovvvvvvvvvvvvveeeeeeeeeee that poem (Report) Reply

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  • (12/20/2005 3:49:00 PM)


    This poem really bothers me Megan. Your message is very clear but it kills me to read such pain. You are the same age as my youngest daughter.........I'm so sorry you feel this way but I'm so glad you write it down. Keep on writing. Sincerely, Mary (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 20, 2005



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