Juliana Willsey

(september 4,1992 / New York State)

I am


I am a poet writting of my pain
I am a person living in shame
I am you daughter that hides her depression the best that i can
I am a friend acting like i am fine
i am a sister trying to make a good impression
I am a wisher wishing this life werent mine
I am a teenager pushing her tears aside
i am a student that doesnt have a clue whats going on outside her mind
Iam the girl sitting next to you
I am the one asking u to care
I am your best friend hoping u will be there till i die
I am lost and need help
I am stuck in this dark black hole
I am the one who is askingyou to save me
will you?

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Submitted: Saturday, December 11, 2010

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  • Rookie - 17 Points Sandy Player (1/7/2013 3:30:00 PM)

    its good how the self-definitions become more personal and emotional as the poem goes on. its good to never forget who we are. (Report) Reply

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