Joshua Hillard

Freshman - 533 Points (February 19,1992 / Saginaw, MI)

Family's Emotion - Poem by Joshua Hillard

I watch as my family cries,
Drifts apart in a puddle of tears,
Crazy to believe to be economically caused,
Which now causes my greatest fears,

I take a look left,
Only to see tears to the right,
The arguing, the bickering all around,
Causing a personal shake to this life,

Over time my emotions evolved,
From sympathy to anger I advanced,
But as of now the anger fades,
And now I cry begging for a chance,

A chance of this pain to be lifted,
To let it fade slowly,
But day by day I live such guilt,
I live in a world so lonely,

Cast into the ruins of hell on Earth,
To where the pain inflicts me internally,
It causes me to reach an exit,
A place my life belongs to be,

Every tear shedding is my life lost,
My heart sheds it's own as blood,
I've done what I believed to do,
But look personally as to what its done,

I watch as things begin to change,
Personal inflictions within each other,
I can't stare long before I feel the pain,
Because in my heart I'm only a lover,

I stare as we are separated,
One end to another alone,
All I want to do is help, yet hidden,
As if my life is stuck to prone,

A hypo-critic diseased mind haunts me,
I can't watch or live this pain no more,
One more tear as I shall feel,
My body lifelessly on the floor...

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Rough day about family, life, home.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 17, 2012



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