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Lost the fight

Carrie Zis 1981 (Narrogin)



This my name it’s mud it is dragged, this my name you might think you know what I am

I am a deception in words, the trueth in actions and I still am here being the girl I have learned a lot but I am still fresh and unbothered by your hurt

I try so hard but some days in vain
I loved you so hard and the scars on my soul remain

I don’t know how to move on, to bury all now it’s said and done
I wanted the life we discussed so bad but I was foolish for thinking we could of had it

I can’t even think about how good it once was coz all I remember is how much I got you worked up

My head hurts from trying to understand how one minute it was mad love, the next you wanted to take me down

I am so confused why I was never enough, not allowed to be trusted or simply just loved

I miss you so much, but I am afraid of you now, just hearing your voice tears me apart

Why do I still feel like I lost my whole life, why couldn’t you love me like you claimed you would protect me
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Written on July 20, 1981

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Carrie Zis

Centre of Expression 2007 Best Poems and Poets 2012 International Who's who in poetry 2012 Born in Western Australia 1981 First became interested in poetry in 1994, starting to write original works from the same time, being a featured poet in a few compilations above, more than these but these are the ones I own. Starting a new journey in 2021 hoping to write and publish a series of personal selections. Currently has a portfolio of 500+ original works more…

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