Kenna Kay Payne

(Riverside, California)

The Debate Within - Poem by Kenna Kay Payne

Complex words
complex ideas
Weave around me
like a spider's web
I struggle to comprehend
and see all sides
But I can only understand
what I have lived
And only see
through what surrounds me
So I continue on in the fear of
the label 'ignorant'
And the limitations of my imagination
the years roll past
the choices become more difficult
And the web grows tighter

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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