Tori chanthawoharn

(november 14 / Sioux Falls, SD)

Drug Abuse


A mental illness
Consumed by society
A never ending madness
Causes addiction, no sobriety

Like a child lost in the woods
Helpless and insecure
Like a child lost in the woods
So ignorant and immature

Constant voices in their heads
Creating lies and untold stories
Seeing images that fore tell ahead
Creating lies and untold stories

Indescribably confused
In the world
Emotionally and physically abused
In the world

Death waits silently
Readily to attack
So unaware, the society
Can’t take the life they had back

Submitted: Friday, December 16, 2011
Edited: Saturday, December 17, 2011

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