Encrypted Memories
11 September, 2002
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)


You cry foul play but won't say why
You hold it in until you cry
You never tell us what's inside
Your teenage woes you try to hide

We look for signs you won't confide
You can't decide you brain is fried
Your life is filled with those who lied
All within your encrypted memories

Its not been an easy life you always say
Still waiting for a better day
The ever mounting dues your pay
Your distant pasts get in the way

We want to help you turn away
You close right up keep us at bay
The walls to high, someday you may
Give hint to your encrypted memories


Comments on this poem/writing:

mental ( -- Wednesday, September 11 2002, 10:41 pm


i like this, it's like every writer tries to do. like keep the reader just out of reach. perfect poem
shan ( -- Thursday, September 12 2002, 12:35 am


um... wow. i don't know what else to say about this poem other then wow. it really touched me. mental is right... perfect poem
barb ( -- Thursday, September 12 2002, 02:16 am

sinks in

before I was disabled,I kept everything inside, people couldn't get close to me. Now I know that was a big mistake. This poem made me realize what I did was wrong. thanks
Luc ( -- Saturday, September 14 2002, 01:22 am

no title

oncore oncore (spelled it right? o.0 eh ohh well) yeah i, like barb, now know my mistake. but you have to keep something inside weather ya like it or not. well at least from some ppl. er ~*claps?*~ (never mind me im in a ill state of mine... oooh lookie a wollipop)
barb ( -- Sunday, September 15 2002, 01:16 pm

Luc I pick and choose what I let people know. you're right. some things you have to keep back. oh by the way I think oncore is spelled encore Ha Ha. Very good poem makes you think.
Luc ( -- Sunday, September 15 2002, 03:15 pm

no title

shery ( -- Thursday, July 17 2003, 05:10 am


i really like it
i love it
its a good poem
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