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Author Name: Freefanofjims 5 Comments
Date Added: August 17, 2004 02:08:32 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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A Little Message~3
A Little Message

I have listened to the stories of your misery

While existing in the realms of this epidemy

Living behind shadows that you keep concealed

So you're constantly reminded of the pain you feel

Have people disrespected you behind your back

Are you constantly subjected to their verbal attacks

Does no one understand you when you're at home

Do you feel you're confused and completely alone

If you've never had no one you could call a friend

Well then here's a little message I want to send

Please don't let this world change a solitary thing

Or tarnish any gifts that your spirit has to bring

You may never fit in molds of the majority

So be proud you always kept your individuality

I wrote this poem for anyone that's felt like you

So you know I understand the world we view

Author's Notes:

This poem is from Chapter 3 of The Journey series-
~At The Crossroads~
It is dedicated to anyone who has known these feelings of not being
accepted simply for being themselves-
Society seems to paint a perfect picture of who we are or should be-
How we should look-dress-act-or react-
We're taught to be an individual-
Yet when we are there are times we're told that who we are is not
acceptable in todays society- Something to think about-
*This Poem is dedicated to the memory of*
Best Wishes~

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Comment By: Freegrneyedbtch on February 16, 2005 12:21:07 PM Report
i shoulda read this sent a little chill up my spine. anyway! i really like this poem. when i read your writing, there so much honesty & caring & i can truly believe and understand what you are saying. this poem helps me feel better! thanks so much for sharing. keep on-liv
Comment By: TrialAnn on August 17, 2004 08:36:40 AM Report
James, I think many people can relate to these words and you spoke them in your usual eloquent style. Thanks for the reminder to the world that there is always someone else out there thinking of you.
Comment By: FreeAmy on August 17, 2004 02:21:34 AM Report
this is really really good! i like it a lot very well written and put together! great job

Comment By: FreeReBeL CuTiE on August 17, 2004 02:21:34 AM Report
Great words of inspiration!
I must add this to my favorites so I can take it out and read it when I am in a slump...
Thank you for sharing this beauty!

~KELLY~ a.k.a ReBeL CuTiE
Comment By: FreeReBeL CuTiE on August 17, 2004 02:21:27 AM Report
Great words off inspiration!
I must add this to my favorites so I can take it out and read it when I am in a slump...
Thank you for sharing this beauty!

~KELLY~ a.k.a ReBeL CuTiE


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