Helen Warren

Rookie (22 july / canberra)

Invades - Poem by Helen Warren

Dedicated to Charmaine Drunigan



How well your smile hid your pain
But you’re never to smile again

And it’s a shock many admit
They never were aware of it

This thing you no longer hide
That effected you deeply inside
Made darkness invade
So deeply it invades

Such a spark in your eye
No hint that you were effected inside

Never even thought you cried
But you kept it buried so deep inside

Now you’re gone
You no longer have to struggle on

Trying to make it all belong
But so many wish you’d held on

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 4, 2009


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