Katie Huntress

Rookie (march 6,1990)

Someone Like You - Poem by Katie Huntress

I know it doesn’t make it go away
I know its not okay
But the thoughts of it come through my mind
day after day

you have been through the same things
and i want to thank you for your support
because your the one i can only talk to
the others just don’t understand

there is many things i can use
to take away this pain i have
but it still don’t make it right
and i know i need to stop

this helplessness is all over me
the feeling won’t let go
its building up inside
and just wanting to break free

i want to feel the pain
to see the blood
thats all that i want
but why does it cause so many problems
when its just one little scratch

I have forgotten what life really is
I have been hurting a lot of people
but i don’t do it purposely

I have been doing this for awhile
and i know its not alright
because i might make a mistake one day
and not be able to fix what i have done

This time i was lucky
with all that blood i lost
i will try to get better
because i don’t want to hurt my friends
espessially someone like you

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Comments about Someone Like You by Katie Huntress

  • (2/17/2006 12:32:00 PM)

    Dear Katie
    You are worth so much more, life is the answer and living is the path.Try looking at the very smallest and beautiful things that you can and you will notice that they represent something small and beautiful also in ourselves.No matter how flawed we think we are
    believe me when I say that the lessons of life are written by the same hands that endured
    the deepest pain.God Bless and keep you throughout.Love Duncan

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 17, 2006

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