Kid of Los Angeles

Rookie (Los Angeles)

My Spiraling Stairway... My Anorexia - Poem by Kid of Los Angeles

Every Day. A Struggle.
A struggle not to add to my glutonous outside composition.

In the harrowing courtroom: my mirror.
The judge awaits. His decision already made.
The ruling: lose 10 pounds

Thinner..Thinner..Thinner...Thinner!

My bones; enveloped and covered in a jacket of overbearing, disgusting flesh.

Everyday in the mirror....
Everyday a glint of far fetched hope....
Everyday never good enough....

Voice scream and cry in my tormented mind:
'Stop the fat! Stop eating! You shoveling pig! You just keep eating and eating! '

Everyday I get pushed.
Farther and farther.
I can feel myself FALL.

Farther and farther I fall down that spiraling staircase.
Farther and farther I fall down MY spiraling staircase.

Each day.
It....CoNsUmEs....me.

God Help Me.... Oh Please God Help Me.......

The truly sad thing is............................................... ................................................. ................................................. .............

I'm not even HALF way done................

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  • (3/28/2008 5:43:00 PM)


    Your true beauty shines through in the honesty of this poem.
    Poetry is about touching souls...
    and you touched mine here.
    rx.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2008

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 29, 2008


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