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Angst
6 November, 2004
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)

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Inarticulate reasoning
scarring even the most hearty souls
Ripping the scabs of self inflicted wounds

Under the black velvet thickness
of a curtain drawn around your world, you bleed
silently of the wounds no one can fully understand

Held down by the weighty darkness
Veiling the eyes from anything but the pain
you endure tragic adolecence angst

Alone you bare the backward image
staring helplessly from a shattered mirror
awaiting the end of the inevitable

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Comments on this poem/writing:

Terrie* (65.148.206.190) -- Saturday, November 6 2004, 01:32 am

Dreamer, your words open up windows...

of the world of those captivated in darkness ...i like this read....very well expressed...
Charmaine (220.255.62.196) -- Saturday, November 6 2004, 05:28 am

Dreamer, this is beautiful..

the emotions the words convey is so strong. I really like this a lot.
barb (66.46.241.220) -- Saturday, November 6 2004, 08:33 pm

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very good dreamer. you are very talented with words.
mental (66.153.165.4) -- Wednesday, November 10 2004, 03:02 am

yes

This one particularly caught my eye not only dark but precision of words that connect rythmn with
perfect flow. thanks for the poem a treat for my emotions.
 
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