Mara SalvatruchaDemon

I Engage

i swallow the pain up
drinking alcohol beverages a'till i throw my blood up
i exhale a'till my heart beats up
i live through pressure that disrupt my sleep
pockets full of prescription narcotics inside so deep
i struggle inside
keep telling myself that i'll die
i see the manipulation now
i see that i'm only a lonely creation
living in a physical environment at home
i'm feeling like i'm going die
now i have tremors and watery eyes
blood full of morphine
i'm not a drug fiend
i'm just lost
opium poppy i just toss
codeine in my body now i'm dead
i go everywhere my body will take me
you think you can judge me
i just wash you away
cant stay home so i run away
you interfere in my daily life
but i cant live without you

Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 21, 2008

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Comments about I Engage by Mara SalvatruchaDemon

  • Naidz Ladia (3/30/2009 7:42:00 PM)

    you need a true people beside you sweetheart to help you to get away from vices..
    don't make yourself bz with nonsense works dear...always keep in mind, ourselves are the only doctors of our sickness...i love this piece of yours...make good things daily, pray always... always keep on writing...this piece is a very beautiful one..
    naizz

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  • Fred Temple (3/1/2009 12:36:00 PM)

    Not bad at all. Helplessness is a very depressing sympton to say the least and I can sympatise with the situation illustrated here. I think maybe for improvement you should try adjusting some of the wordings so that it can flow a little easier with the reader-which shouldn't be hard becuase the idea is all there. I look forward to reading more and thank you for sharing.

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