Jodie Louise Pollock

(22.04.93 / Sunderland)

Rebecca? Or Katie?

They are one in the same,
The same person locked in her own pain,
They are linked but only through body,
One mind trying to be free.. Trying to disembody,

Rebecca jump,
Rebecca ask how high,
Rebecca chokes on the lump,
Rebecca wants but cannot cry,

They have nothing in common,
One is weak while the other is strong,
One doesnt speak what she wants to say,
While the other continues trying day after day,

Katie wow,
Katie how could you,
Katie just how?
Katie, what happened to you?

Katie grew up,
Katie grew strong,
Katies eyes search and look,
Katies new confidence is never wrong!

Rebecca died inside oneself,
Kaite is left to be herself,
Rebecca's gone and gone for good,
Katies left..
To live the life Rebecca never could.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

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