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Did you want to see me break

Did you want to see me break

A Story by Kay/Hayden
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A poem about my emotions

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Did You want to break me


Did you want to see me shed bitter tears


Or did you want to see me rebel against you


You can shoot me down with your words


Or you can treasure my passion for a minute 


Do I let you hurt me or do I stand tall


You command me to follow your lead


Instead, I repel


I stand tall, against the slab wall


I am vigirous


I am able


For I am not made to break

© 2020 Kay/Hayden


Author's Note

Kay/Hayden
Just looking for your emotion through this poem

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I must relate this poem to the idea that some readers will try to "calm us down" or "placate us" in reviews when they come up against our intensity, not knowing how to react to it. It feels like a smothering cloak, but I believe most people do not mean to stifle, they're just highly stifled themselves. This is the best poem of yours I've read so far, but I haven't read you for long & I'm sure you'll be getting better & better (((HUGS))) Fondly, Margie

Posted 6 Months Ago


Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

The flute! c:
barleygirl

6 Months Ago

Aha! A favorite! I'm jealous!
Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

Awh, maybe you could try it sometime! It is hard to first learn but once you learn the 8 basic notes.. read more
Been this way for many ways. Force create revolt.
"Instead, I repel
I stand tall, against the slab wall
I am vigirous
I am able
For I am not made to break"
I understand the above lines. I revolted a few times. Thank you Kay/Hayden for sharing the amazing poetry and your thoughts.
Coyote

Posted 6 Months Ago


Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

Thanks so much! c:
Coyote Poetry

6 Months Ago

You are welcome dear Kay/Hayden.
My life has had many moments in it that I thought would break me, change me.
Once you know that you are stronger than any obstacle you can't be broken. I use to tell the kids not to be afraid of monsters, cause monsters are afraid of me. Life doesn't define a person only we get to do that, no one else. :)

Posted 6 Months Ago


Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

Thanks so much fo the kind words, I dont know how I missed this review. c:
I like the flow here! And the way the narrator starts out by questioning the intent of the listener, then questions their own self on what they will allow,and ending with the decision that they are not here to be broken. Good job!

Posted 6 Months Ago


Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

Thaks so much!
Lots of power, very good poem.

Posted 6 Months Ago


Kay/Hayden

6 Months Ago

Thanks so much!

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Added on November 30, 2020
Last Updated on December 1, 2020

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Kay/Hayden
Kay/Hayden

Canton, OH



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Hi! I am a 13-year-old aspiring author who is a proud nonbinary! I go by Kay or Hayden (Your choice). I support all people and am always here for you! Love yourself kiddos! more..

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