Ila Harvatin

(Fayetteville, NC, USA)

Entrapment - Poem by Ila Harvatin

Have you ever felt pressures from loved ones and friends?
Has the bottom ever fallen from your feet and you feel yourself falling?
(Yet) you go along feeling secure,
really secure and then the waves of entrapment rush in.
The prison forms all around you
There are no visible walls to be seen, only felt
They come closer until they engulf the very soul of you.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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