Jaycee Wilkerson

Rookie (October 31,1985 / Philadelphia Pa.)

Fair Treatment - Poem by Jaycee Wilkerson

Pacing in front of the mirror
Back and forth
It felt like my eyes
Were staring at
My inner realness

It was hard to see
Because I felt like
I Filled with guilt
And greif

I felt cold
From the miss happs
I look scarred
From the pain
I stared in the mirror
Untill I went insane

My mind was fighting
Negitive thoughts
Eating at my brain

Betrayed by those trusted
New friends and old
Let me know
I was alone
To walk this road

If i dont survive
This walk
My stories wont be told

My back turned
To the world
Vicious scarrs show
Boldly show how much
Fight and pain
I have indoored

I dont want to
Hurt any more
But I cant stop this path
Im searching
For righteousness

Walking
Down a road
Where everyones
Feelings and thoughts
Are voiced

Families watching me
Some families are
Ploting on me

They try to
Attack me
With their lies
And decite
Some even want to
Physically defeat

I have been alone
For a long time
Facing these streets
My heart
Is mixed with stone

I will be damned
If I will retreat
I will be damned
If I am mistreated

My path is long
But I won't stop
Until I have
Fair treatment

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Poem Edited: Saturday, September 4, 2010


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