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MENTAL HEALTH Poetry RECOVERY SELF

Breathe, You Said Breathe | Poem

I’m tired of lies you sewn

To protect a false innocent soul,

Knowing pain sees through world’s facades,

Sabotaging works on a never-stopping tragedy,

I’ve tried living lives of truths, lies, and borderlines;

Have you been drinking that pain’s wine stolen,

From another man’s life to ink your thoughts more dark?

It’s tragic I don’t belong to a clan I remember,

It’s sad after surviving walls of darkness I fear world;

Have you been seeking another way to live the same life,

From the ruins of hundreds of desires and traumatic sights, oh my mind?

©sjwordsmith

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