SARAH A. STRUSZCZYK

Rookie (June 9,1983 / Jersey City, NJ)

Throw It Away - Poem by SARAH A. STRUSZCZYK

Sitting here filled with so much frustration
I burn inside from hurt
I’ve reached my limitation
Of being treated like dirt
Feeling as if you no longer care
No longer desire to feel my touch
So why do I still stand there
When it hurts inside so much
Tormented by the words you speak
So fierce piercing through my heart
I bet you never realize the pain
You bring that slowly tears me apart
Feeling less and less of a woman
Feeling uglier by the day
My heart is completely ruined
Might as well throw the shit away

February 22,2007


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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 30, 2008



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