Meghan Rhy

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The Ugly Discolored Leaf In Autom - Poem by Meghan Rhy

Theres chaos all over this fucking place!
Its not just me who sees that one particular leave
struggle to change into that fire red glow.
Its not just me who watches them grow,
to notice some just fall off the tree sooner than others.
Hitting the ground harder than ever.

To rush into the cold winter,
when theres that child looking for a hugg
to be held with warmth from her mother.

Theres much to be said,
some voices hurd louder than others.
Say something, i tell myself to speak.
Sometimes my inner strength,
my self confidence,
my voice everything at times is out of reach.
All I have left is the rage,
almost like its been kept in a cadge,
like an animal who doesnt belong.

You've caused me,
he's caused me,
they've caused me to feel this way,
but for keeping it all in I will take the blame.
And I burst! Burst into hateful words,
my pride breaks to peices on the ground,
then I become 'a girl with no sound! '
and thats when my tears hit the page.

Then once again
a paper and a pen is what keeps me saine.
Your seeing my face everyday.
An you push me aside, not knowing who I am!
Looking in the mirror I sometimes cry,
holding the little faith that I have left..
to know what people say is nothing but a lie

Comments about The Ugly Discolored Leaf In Autom by Meghan Rhy

  • (10/5/2007 3:19:00 AM)

    very interesting piece of work...

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  • (10/4/2007 10:31:00 PM)

    all spelling aside i love ur energy (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, October 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 12, 2011

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