Sarah Cotnam

The Truth Is - Poem by Sarah Cotnam

Sometimes I wonder if I ever had a voice
Did people hear me
Maybe hear
Did people listen to me

Sometimes I wonder if I was ever really included
If people ever really saw me there
If people really wanted me there
If I made a difference being there

The insecurities of adolescents
They continue throughout adulthood
Until they are dealt with
Until there is closure and
Until there is growth
As a human being

As a human being
We are judged
We are talked about
We are unaware of fault and
We are all to blame and
Always to blame

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 27, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, January 5, 2011

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