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Black Pain
Author: Angel On The Edge

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What stared as a pain release
Is now an obsession
I carve p-a-i-n into my thigh
Hidden away where noone can see
Dont want attention
Just want to be me
Me with a smile, not with a frown
I like to be happy and not to be down

This helps me with my pain
Releasing with each scare
If people found out
I'd be locked away for sure
Noone understands
Apart from christine
We share our pain together
Noone else is listening

Im scared of myself
This pain is unbearable
But i dont care at all
In the end it feels good
Even if it doesnt last for long

I've go to be strong
And put a smile on my face
Dont want to loss friends
Dont want anyone to know that im a disgraces.

------- Author's Notes -------

im just glad i got an awesome friend

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Comments on this poem/writing:

silence (205.188.116.203) -- Sunday, April 17 2005, 02:37 am

i understand and keep writing

i understand exactly wut your talking about you just summed up all my feelings with words and i have a hard time doing that so im glad you could help me...Can i use your poem so i can show it to my phyciatrist (they made me go to that after i got out the hospital)please if not i understand but it would be greatly appreciated...
aimee aka bubz (202.89.42.133) -- Sunday, May 1 2005, 04:57 am

silence - soso sorri

of course you can you can use any!!!
 
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