Our Silent Screams - Poem by Crystal Fuller
Can you hear them?
They linger in the lighting that’s dim.
They are the silent screams;
Of those like me.
They are hiding,
Some are crying.
Trying to wash away the pain,
As they cut their veins.
Do not judge them.
Those that hide in the lighting that’s dim.
Do you know what they’ve been through?
No, but I do.
Even what they still go through.
I feel the same pain as they do.
The silent screams that belong to me;
Hidden by your laughter.
As we witness you life that’s painless,
Knifes go deeper into our veins.
We cannot be saved.
Another way we crave,
But there is no other.
We all die...
One after another.
Our silent screams,
Lead to a death that’s violent.
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