Expectations - Poem by Cassie Campton
You all expect me to be so strong
To keep going on...
I'm afraid to tell you all whats wrong.
You all expect me to know how to deal
To automatically heal...
I'm afraid to tell you all how I really feel.
You all expect me to easily adjust
To eventually trust...
I'm afraid to tell you all that I'm about to bust.
You all expect me to be alright
To stay bright...
I'm afraid to tell you all that I've lost that sight.
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