Sara Holzen


Sara Holzen Poems

1. Baby, God Made Things Right ≪3 9/27/2012
2. Father ≪3 9/27/2012
3. Alone 9/27/2012
4. Allow God To See 9/27/2012
5. I Lye In Defeat, You Win 9/27/2012
6. Beautiful Eyes 9/27/2012
7. All Suffocating 9/27/2012
8. My Forbidden Heart 9/27/2012
9. Crimson Regret 9/27/2012
10. Save Me, Before The Maggots Come 9/27/2012
11. Why Can'T You See That She's Dying On The Inside? 9/27/2012
12. Have You Realized My Facade? 9/27/2012
13. She Waits 9/27/2012
14. Beloved Brother 9/27/2012
15. A Black Rose 9/30/2012
16. Waiting In The Night 9/30/2012
17. She Remained Broken 9/30/2012
18. When You'Re Not Sober 10/3/2012
19. Don'T Neglect The Fact Of Yesterday 10/3/2012
20. Repress The Anger 10/3/2012
21. Consistent Depression 10/3/2012
22. I Cannot Stand My Own Silence Anymore 10/3/2012
23. I Can Give The Love I Never Had 10/11/2012
24. Neglect 10/18/2012
25. You Never Know Who Needs Love 11/6/2012
26. I Shall Survive And Put On A Smile. 11/6/2012
27. Glass Heart 11/27/2012
28. I Believe You 11/27/2012
29. Living In The Hold Of Your Own Hell 2/25/2013
30. Guilt Equips My Sadness 4/24/2013
31. Like Wax, My Heart Bleeds 11/15/2012
32. Fighting The Blues 9/19/2013
33. Not Alone Afterall 10/12/2013
34. Maternal Me, Maternal I 12/4/2013
35. Beautiful Butterflies Lying On The Cement 9/30/2012
36. Everything Was Gone, Everyone Was At Peace 10/3/2012
37. You Can Make A Difference 2/22/2012
38. Wishing Upon A Star 2/19/2012
39. A First Love; 4 Seasons 9/27/2012
40. Psychology Is My Passion 11/15/2012

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Lost Existence

The grass melted
as the sea bled
into the sky

Time erased itself
becomming only
but a lie

The human race
hid beneath rock formations
condoning a pattern
to survive

The existence of the world
teetered
on the hot air
left behind

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Father ≪3

I watched your mentality die
just a little more each day,
I watched your sad eyes
hide the precipitation
you had not allowed to display.

I watched your shoulders
crease from physical exhaustion,
I watched your heart

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