Beyond A Words Surface
Author: The Lost Girl


ďItís captivating,Ö Itís movingĒ- thatís what they always say.
ďThat a sixteen year old girl, can write a poem this way.
She displays amazing maturity with every move of the pen,Ē
But can they not tell- Iím trying to let them in.
Iím trying to signify the pain I keep inside,
Iím secretly pleading for help, but yes, they all are blind.
They only see words connecting to make a sentence,
But the depth of the words are leering with a vengeance.
Iím writing to express myself, to release repulsive demons,
Not to amuse your mind- no, thatís not the reason.
I wish they werenít so shallow, they barely scratch the surface,
But that they would read my poems with cultivation, acknowledge my writing purpose.


Comments on this poem/writing:

anonymous ( -- Sunday, December 11 2005, 02:47 am

I'm reading your words...

with an open mind, scratching beyond their surface. I just wanted to let you know- I hear you
Mike ( -- Monday, December 12 2005, 06:55 pm


Lost, you know I hear you. Read through your poems about a week ago, saw my comments. In quite a few of them, I told you I'm always here if you ever needed to talk. That offer still stands. I know you've gone through pain, and you still are even now. I'm always here to lend an ear, if you so wish. Love, Mike :heart:
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