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Topic: Rejection (11/15/04)

TITLE: Rejected Tear
By Heather Reed
11/16/04

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The troubles I have, the pain inside
are much to deep, I run and hide.

When I finally come out it is waiting for me,
I close my eyes so that I can't see.

I forget it's inside so I open my eyes,
I face the truth there is no more lies.

I have lost my mind and I forget who I am,
I try to remember how this all began.

Everyday it seems, my life goes wrong,
I have to wonder if I will ever be strong.

I wonder why I am here and if I should feel this way,
will I find who I am and will I be okay?

I feel that I have died, yet my body remains,
to soak up the hate, tears and the pain.

Not much longer til' my body shall fall,
will I get up to walk or be left to crawl?

I have grown so weak, I will soon disappear,
and the only thing left will be a rejected tear.


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darlene hight11/22/04
Very nice! good flow and message.
Phyllis Inniss 11/22/04
Your rhyming couplets convey your rejection very clearly. Christ is the answer. Blessings.
Mitzi Busby11/22/04
Heather, beautiful job. I enjoyed your poem.
Deborah Anderson11/23/04
Good flow, Heather. God bless you.
Tesiri Moweta11/24/04
Your poem displays the traits of a great poet.
At each rejected turn we face,Jesus is always there to remove the pain.
Keep winning and shining for Jesus.
Tesiri Moweta11/24/04
Your poem displays the traits of a great poet.
At each rejected turn we face,Jesus is always there to remove the pain.
Keep winning and shining for Jesus.
Heather Reed11/26/04
I just wanted to say Thank You to everyone who took the time to read my poem. I try to take times in my life and times I have been there to help my friends through these hard times and then put it into words what was felt.Thank You again for the time and the comments, God Bless, Heather