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  157.     

Who Am I?

Do you see the real me?
I don't think anyone can,
and I've been striving
to speak up.

I know how to hide.
I rarely show my face.
My core rots with hatred.
Insults are embedded in my soul.

I won't accept your sympathy.
I can tell myself, 'It will be okay',
though I know it's a lie.
 
Felicity Slaughter

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  158.     

Wanton Woman

I last saw you on frames
Worshiped by gods and demi-gods
Now, you walk once again
In my path for sympathy
Wanton woman
How i envy your beauty
Yet cry for your sorrows

Could this be a weakness
Or just vanity
For i know in the end
It would be us
Walking in shades of green
For comfort and a fan
Or just an avid listener
 
Meggie Gultiano

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  159.     

W.W.J.D.

I saw a man today
he was dirty and cold
W.W.J.D.
There was a child on the street
she was beaten and scared
W.W.J.D.
A woman was sitting in her car
hurt and crying
W.W.J.D.
We have all forgotten how to be human
we no longer feel sympathy
have we forgotten what a man did for us
He was beaten, bloody, and hurt
but He carried His cross
He took away our sins
so the next time you see someone
be they hurt, scared, hungry, or cold
just for an instant think
W.W.J.D.
 
Sierra Morrow

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  160.     

The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his side

The Black Berry—wears a Thorn in his side—
But no Man heard Him cry—
He offers His Berry, just the same
To Partridge—and to Boy—

He sometimes holds upon the Fence—
Or struggles to a Tree—
Or clasps a Rock, with both His Hands—
But not for Sympathy—

We—tell a Hurt—to cool it—
This Mourner—to the Sky
A little further reaches—instead—
Brave Black Berry—
 
Emily Dickinson

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