adam reed


His Story In Progress


Through painful truths and empty winds
sits a guy with scars on the mend
this kid learns things the hardest of ways
and due to that he has seen the darkest of days
every time he falls he gets up in a daze
he hurts but he is never afraid
his heart is the one thing he has yet to protect
that he cant help but neglect
if only he would learn to keep his emotions in check
he would stand up as a man and stop hitting the deck
he has so much potential but his mind is a wreck
his story has just begun..so there cant be an end to this yet

Submitted: Wednesday, July 04, 2012
Edited: Sunday, July 08, 2012
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  • Rookie - 53 Points Darren Woods (5/23/2014 3:54:00 PM)

    great poems my friend. keep good work up.
    I never realised until today that you could read reviews that people left about your work - so a belated thank you for your kind comment. (Report) Reply

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