Allie Phillips


I Make Me Sick


My songs make me cry
My parents make me scream
My friends make me laugh
My sister makes me lie
My brother makes me scared
My boyfriend make me try

My brain makes me choose
My heart makes me love
My eyes make me see
My skin makes me feel
My lungs make me breathe
My mouth makes me speak

My imagination makes me crazy
my feet make me move the wrong direction
My hands make me choose the wrong things
My chest makes me breathe the wrong beat
my legs make me run to him at the wrong times
My neck makes me look the wrong direction

My spirit makes me smile
My soul makes me regret
My memories make me think
My feelings make me confused
My kindness makes me help
My bravery makes me patient

I make me sick.

Submitted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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This is about me and my struggles, and it is one of my first stories I have ever written.

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