Kristen Freeland

Rookie (3/31/1990 / Columbus Ohio)

Dissociation - Poem by Kristen Freeland

She is multiplistic and internally shattered.
She wonders if to them she even mattered.
She hears the echoes of her nightmare screams.
She sees them clawing at her in her dreams.
She wants her memories to be less scattered.

She thinks no one could care.
She feels that she cant share.
She forgets she is my mother.
And I will never doubt her.
Soon I will be strong.
Long before she is gone.
Emotionally scattered.
She is multiplistic and internally shattered.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 17, 2010

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