damaged goods like me?

damaged goods like me?

A Poem by captain
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very short........

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I’m too troubled

In the eyes of the crow

How dare me

Keeping a deep wound

                        Inside of me

Can you repair a damaged goods like me?

© 2016 captain


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We all have damage
and we all have beauty

and to be with someone
only meant to have all the repair there is
in pure acceptance

i love your honesty

Posted 4 Years Ago


Average and derivative... you read this poem 20 different times by 20 different authors on any single day on any writing site.

By the way friend-o, "damage goods" or "damaged goods'? How have you not fixed that glaring error by now? I tried to see it as purposeful but anyway you slice it just doesn't make a lot of intellectual sense. Kind of a ham fisted way of trying to stick out with a tired retread of a concept, if that is your intention anyway.

This was a poor attempt at best.


Posted 4 Years Ago


This opens the door to so many questions. Also, the opportunity then to find so many answers.
This is really a question an of beliefs.
A simple poem can require a vast response just like a simple question can begin a life long research.

Without writing a book, I would say no living person is beyond repair. Now, how and by whom, and what methodology... Now those are biggies.

Healing begins with a small cry for help.


Posted 4 Years Ago


Sometimes the "damage" we believe is only in our own eyes... we expect sooo much more of our selves and seldom realize our flaws aren't the end-all of the very universe to someone else. Some of us really don't judge ...and can accept a person for how they are - as they are.

Posted 5 Years Ago


captain

5 Years Ago

Hey, sir Chris, thank you very much for sharing your great insight. Yeah, I am a worrier and very mu.. read more
Chris

5 Years Ago

It was good to "hear" your voice...
This poem resonated with me, Cap. You can only fix what you can see and only then if you really want to be fixed. Others may what to help you, but why subject them to becoming wounded, themselves? One injured animal in the forrest, is enough ;)

A thought provoking, vignette...

Posted 5 Years Ago


captain

5 Years Ago

Thank you, Diego. You say such profound things on which I can truly relate. I hold the last advise d.. read more
very strong. glad to read this.

Posted 6 Years Ago


captain

6 Years Ago

Thank you, it is nice to know that, I am glad too, thanks for visiting and reviewing.
I'm too troubled in the eyes of the crow- I see this as you realize how alone and deep you are in your own pain that it's actually embarrassing. Interesting theme.

I think people can be repaired, to be stronger than before.

Posted 6 Years Ago


captain

6 Years Ago

yes, that is so true, thank you...
you are the doctor and your soul is the medicine, take it

Posted 6 Years Ago


captain

6 Years Ago

sometimes we are our own medicine. Thank you, Salinger.
A stunning short poem that packs so much power.

Posted 6 Years Ago


captain

6 Years Ago

Thank you, Kasey.
Kasey Miriam

6 Years Ago

you are very welcome
A powerful short poem. I like the story and the question in the poem. Can we find the place where we can heal? Or do we just learn to live with the actions? Thank you for sharing the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

Posted 6 Years Ago


captain

6 Years Ago

not even sure if it is a poem. It was something came out of my lone view of the seems so perfect peo.. read more
Coyote Poetry

6 Years Ago

It is a very good poem. You open the door to thoughts and question. The goal of a writer.

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