Douglas ClearyMaxwell

Rookie - 199 Points (September 17,1993 / New Jersey)

Personal Hell - Poem by Douglas ClearyMaxwell

Have you ever hated so much that there's a fire inside?
Or maybe you've stayed up every night wishing to die
Look into the eyes of every innocent lie thats broken all the spirits of way to many honest lives
Turn your back on the ones who only wanted nothing but goodbye
For your the only person that you should only abide
You'll never run from the nightmares no you can never hide
Especially if your past is as strong as the tide
Drowning in the depth of others mistakes
Breaking down your very own mental state
Hope that you will live to see another day
Escape the very prison that you have made
Or spend the days in your own shell
Withering away all of your health
Only you can control in which your own mind dwells
You don't wan't to step where I have fell
Otherwise you'll be stuck in your own personal Hell

Topic(s) of this poem: mental illness

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Poem Submitted: Friday, March 13, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, March 13, 2015

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