Intertwined faits

Intertwined faits

A Poem by Iza Söder

This poem is about my biological mother. My message with this poem is that, she might not have meant any harm to me, but harm was inflicted.


Two lives, destined to meet. 

One will create a hurricane, 

And one will calm the sea.

She will mean no harm,

But never think through

The actions that she'd taken,

Or the actions killing you.


The other will set guilt

For every time she glances over. 

As the woman will see pain,

Maybe even fear in her eyes.

This has never stopped her,

from going back to being the devil in disguise. 

© 2018 Iza Söder

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This one got me thinking ...
The first time I read it. I just read it.
The second time I read it as if it's me. She just wants my liver but nothing to do with me. That's what I got out of this. I liked it I did

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Added on November 13, 2018
Last Updated on November 13, 2018


Iza Söder
Iza Söder


17 year old student, writing about my life and past experiences. more..