morgan marble

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Self Faith - Poem by morgan marble

I try and try to keep my feelings inside
There’s nothing else I can do, there’s nowhere I can hide
I try to be this happy girl
But deep inside I am all alone in this world
I feel like I’m drowning in a pool of self discovery
Trying to find my inner and outer beauty
The beauty that everyone surrounding me seems to see
But no matter how hard I try I guess I just can’t see me
I don’t know who I am anymore, I’m so confused
Whenever I look in the mirror all I see is the girl who is permanently bruised
She cries but no one sees her and no one hear’s her
I just want to break free and be secure
No one knows the real me
Not teachers, not friends, not even family
I’m scared to be myself, afraid of what people with think
Always acting as if someone else, and swallowing my personality as if it were a drink
I’m always self conscious about the things I say and do
Worrying about trying to be somebody else, someone…NEW
All I want is to find the escape
The escape to this world I have created that seems to be all fake
But there is no escape, there’s no easy button
The only way out is for you to be your own person
Be certain about who you are, and what you are all about
If you do those two things everything will turnout
Even though I still have all these feelings about myself
I have come to realize something else
Just be yourself, and be all you can be
Grow up, stop worrying, and accept reality

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 12, 2008

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 12, 2008

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