Colleen Root

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What You Do To Me - Poem by Colleen Root

see the blood dripping down my arm
sometimes this pain is just so unbearable
most the time i wonder how will this all end?
do i deserve to be alive?
blood smeared down my arm
you look at me but i look at the ground
i see the concern and the worry in your eyes
i know you love me but i dont think you understand
all the pain and hell im going through
right now cutting is just something that i do
its hard to explain
but my cutting numbs the pain
so please dont worry i'll be fine
i just need sometime to unwined
sometimes i cant find the words to say and you get pissed off anyways
its hard for me to be who i am when your always there putting me down
you lower my self-esteem when you are here
you put a frown on my face
you hurt my feelings with everything mean you say
its hard to be me when your always yelling at me
its hard to believe i feel this way
but guess what?

Comments about What You Do To Me by Colleen Root

  • (4/13/2006 8:52:00 AM)

    Dear Collen
    I believe that Ray's comments are absolutely correct.I hope that you can find the peace
    in the storm, Love Duncan
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  • (4/11/2006 9:26:00 AM)

    I do believe that our actions should be motivated only by us.
    No one else should have the key.
    It should be in your hands and thats how it should be.
    I know it can become difficult sometimes
    and we become a victim of circumstance
    but rebel against being a victim and get into driving seat!
    Love and all the best
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  • (4/11/2006 9:24:00 AM)

    nice, , , I can really relate to this one, very touchin =) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 11, 2006

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