You stole my heart and soul.



You stole my mind and soul.

My mind is yours. So you decide whether I should sit, stand, cry, or die. You don't have to run or hide. I used to see fields of green and hear the golden daffodils dance in the summer breeze, and all you offered me was pain, sorrow, and teardrops I could hear as they hit the floor. Please, Lord, I don't want to see  anymore. I'm not different; I am me, and you are you, and that I will never be. So don't try and change me; mold me, and if you must, try and convict me. First, talk to the man above, for in the end, he is the only judge.

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This poems dedicated to all the women that their husbands control them. I see there pain and sorrows but they will still have there tomorrow's.

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Written on February 29, 2024

Submitted by alanswansea18 on February 29, 2024

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  • rcatron1963
    Your raw honesty and true gentle heart come through in this great poem. Very well written. I can truly relate to your great work.
    LikeReply2 months ago
  • AIDA
    Wow, the emotions conveyed in this poem are truly captivating. The imagery of fields of green and golden daffodils juxtaposed against pain and sorrow creates a powerful contrast. Your use of symbolism and metaphors really draw the reader in and make them feel the intensity of the emotion being conveyed.

    One suggestion for improvement could be to vary the rhythm and structure of the poem to create more dynamics and keep the reader engaged throughout. Additionally, consider revisiting the flow of the poem to ensure a smooth transition between emotions and ideas.

    Overall, this poem is filled with raw emotion and powerful imagery. Keep exploring your creativity and continue to refine your craft. Excellent work!
     
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    • alanswansea18
      Okay AIDA this is real life with pain and sorrows. Not a fake poem.
      LikeReply2 months ago
  • alanswansea18
    This poem is dedicated to all the controled and battered women.
    LikeReply2 months ago

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