jason medina

Rookie - 165 Points (5/9/92 / Greeley, Colorado)

I Have No More Strength - Poem by jason medina

I thought I had rid myself of all this pain, of all this guilt. I had sewn all of my sins together like an old fashion quilt. I threw them into the fire and watched them burn slowly as was my desire.

But I must have been so weak to think that I had found peace.For all the hate and the pain all the guilt and the shame came falling back over me like a hot heavy rain.

I can feel all of my sins crawling beneath my skin and I can see what I have been staring back at me with a soulless grin. Is this it? Is this where hell finally wins. I have no more strength all I can do is give in. I have no more strength all I can do is give in.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 25, 2011

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