I wish i was as invisable as he made me feel

[**yeah Rite**] - Poem by I wish i was as invisable as he made me feel

Back in the days when i was happy,
everything was ok,
i was healthy,
i was always smiling,
and if there was a problem i knew how to fix it.
But in the dark and gloomy days,
that i now wake up to,
i know im not happy,
everything is not ok,
im not healthy,
i don't know how to fix it,
even the doctor is clueless as to how to help...
So what do i do?
I guess since no one can take time out,
of their 'PERFECT' little life,
i will just sit here,
without a clue on how to fix myself,
but don't panic...
No don't you worry!
I'm used to it....
You always ignore me remember?

Comments about [**yeah Rite**] by I wish i was as invisable as he made me feel

  • (3/30/2008 6:14:00 PM)

    The message in this poem is clear as bell, ringing with truth in every line! I've been through those dark days that you're talking about and I can tell you from experience that it will get better. Keep writing and blessing the world with your beautiful words.

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  • (11/20/2007 4:17:00 PM)

    The ppl who ignore you aren't worth it... The people who do are here to stay... Hope you get betta sn... Keep writing, ur a natural.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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