A Mouth's Curse

A Mouth's Curse

A Poem by Sarah Jane

Why will the words
When no one hears their beat
A beat of a thousand drums
Pandemoneum in my head


Communication is a barrior
A wall which won't come down


Don't try to understand
Because you wont
You can't


The shame I hide
The sorrow I hold
Anger chips away at my heart
Until there's nothing left to love


My mouth muttered once
And the sky collapsed
Banished from society
From familarty, I am


How do I speak now
When their minds wonder truely
Why should I try
When chaos follows closely


Perhaps If silence seeks me
Keeps my thoughts my own
Perhaps then
The sky will rise

© 2010 Sarah Jane

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Added on November 21, 2010
Last Updated on December 14, 2010
Tags: mouth, mistakes, shame, regret, remorse, guilt, hate, sadness, emotion, feelings, talking, silence


Sarah Jane
Sarah Jane

Tallmadge, OH

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