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Who Do You See

The me that you dont know,
she is the feelings that i dont show.
Consealed destruction in my mind,
immortality I search to find.
Everyones words eating at my soul,
parts of my sainity locked in a hole.
Secrets and words you can not hear,
they are far beneath the drugs and beer.
I look in the mirror this is what I see,
a terrified soul yearning to be free.
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bobby johnsom More than 1 year ago
I LIKED IT
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
I wrote this poem as a teen,(many many years ago) No I was not a drug addict. I was a teenager whom as many could not show my true self for fear of ridicule.
bobby johnsom More than 1 year ago
I LIKED IT
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
the day you learn that being yourself is ok is day your free
Chhavi Jalori More than 1 year ago
wht 4 hv u cmnted this on a poem on ragging
bobby johnsom More than 1 year ago
COOL
Poetry.com 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 150 reviews.
Pencil McRyan More than 1 year ago
You've really put the feeling into words.
abiodun williams More than 1 year ago
Samantha just unveiled the state of man's struggle in the attainment of freedom. i'm loving it
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
ty, glad you enjoyed it
Michael Spinnie More than 1 year ago
that what this poem make me feel
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
Glad you enjoyed it!
Raja Usman Gul More than 1 year ago
Conveys the heart.
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Dakotah Mote More than 1 year ago
want they said, cant find word
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Andrew Schulz More than 1 year ago
this is a well written piece of poetry that defines the two sides of life between what one shows the world and what they themselves know to be true, an inner part of the soul, unseen but wanting freedom
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
ty
Nimita Azeez More than 1 year ago
It's lovely! Can easily relate to what u r trying to say...
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Jessi Reynolds More than 1 year ago
I felt like I was staring in a mirror as I read it. You truly captured a reflection of admittance. Well done!
ed myers More than 1 year ago
well written
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
bobby johnsom More than 1 year ago
I LIKE IT
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Sean Grund More than 1 year ago
I have experience with problems like the character and I feel a connection. Most of my writing is built off of this principle and it is one of the reasons that I write. Great job!!
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks.
carl tindle More than 1 year ago
i love this! so meaningful. would you mind reading some of my poems?
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
will do. thanks for the review!
Martin Ndereba More than 1 year ago
that's a nice piece..i wish i could read more
Vishal Raider More than 1 year ago
Its beautiful :-)
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
ty
Felica Jones More than 1 year ago
this is such an amazing poem so deep. i can hear your cry in this poem
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
Glad you enjoyed it!
Leah Suiter More than 1 year ago
A
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Lorie Chartier More than 1 year ago
I felt what you wrote, I love poems that make me feel. Yours did beautifully.
Marwa Zaidan More than 1 year ago
I love you man. That was very strong
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
Glad you enjoyed it!
Shannon McMahon More than 1 year ago
yes
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
ty
Jen Bryan More than 1 year ago
I've been there babe. Keep your head up. Awesome poem.
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Janet Jimenez More than 1 year ago
wow
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
thanks
Jessica Sikora More than 1 year ago
Heartfelt, nicely done
vibha hasija More than 1 year ago
lines which rhyme yet not just for the sake of it,but immersed in the profound,great
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
wow thanks
Emilia Wrelton More than 1 year ago
Really well written through foregrounding and marked syntax has really nice ambiguity and imagery yet suggests a clear intention and meaning. I'd really appreciate your feedback if you wouldn't mind!
Pam Adams More than 1 year ago
Love the poem, hate the misery. Very easy to relate with depression battles we all suffer.
samantha sage More than 1 year ago
Pam, noone should like misery. this was written over a decade ago can happily say no longer searching for inner peace!
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