Marissa Ford

Rookie - 56 Points (12/31/1994)

Don'T Help Her - Poem by Marissa Ford

Don't help her she doesn't want it
you're suffocating her trying to give it
she's not used to all the help
if she wanted help she'd ask
still trying to find out her place
family doesn't help that race
she wants to be alone
now you've gone and done it
she's alone!
don't help her please I beg of you
she doesn't need your help
I'm asking as her friend please just leave her alone


Comments about Don'T Help Her by Marissa Ford

  • Hans Vr (1/26/2012 5:05:00 PM)


    This poem makes me think about the story of the man helping the transformin butterfly out of the coccoon. The stuggle out of the coccoon is somehow essential to press fluids out of the wings of the butterfly. When the man cut open the coccoon, the buttefly was 'born' with too much water in its wings and it could not fly.

    Some things we need to go through alone. But on the other hand it is always nice to know you count some family members or good friends.
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  • (1/26/2012 4:26:00 PM)


    [some people refuse help; they're so happy being alone doing their thine] md (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 26, 2012



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