My Heart Is Gay
I realised tonight I've done this on my own,
nurtured my wounded heart as far away I've flown.
From the times in my life I once feared to talk about,
but after all this time no more do I doubt.
Whether or not I made the right choice,
as I learn to have faith in my own voice.
Not backing away from what I may not understand,
but instead opening my mind to the matter at hand.
Controlled no more by my fear,
so in its face I now leer.
Determination to succeed I find in its place,
fully aware that I've fallen from grace.
The mould was broken when I was created,
to see this light a long time I've waited.
Yet I find myself loving all that I am,
my own me nothing like my dad or my mam.
Simply me who I am learning to adore,
every day as I'm given a glimpse of what lies at my core.
The hugest of hearts and sweetest of souls,
a naked spirit standing amid these crumbling walls.
Loving myself has aided each one to fall,
ashamed no more as from my pain I walk tall.
Happy in my heart as I excel their every wicked way,
unphased by their callousness as I know MY HEART IS GAY!!!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Faith (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, September 11 2005, 02:29 am|
I love the poem keep up the good work and God Bless!
|devilyangelic (188.8.131.52) -- Sunday, September 18 2005, 07:47 pm|
hi there hun so thankful that you took the time to read one of my pieces it leaves me truly humble that someone as talented as yourself took the time to read something by little me (just my way of dealing with whatever emotions happen to be running around in ma head in ma heart take care and thanx again xxdevily angelicxx
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