Discussion in 'Poet's Corner' started by A.SoNiC.boY, Feb 15, 2011.

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  1. A.SoNiC.boY

    A.SoNiC.boY Well-Known Member

    I am caught between the top and bottom of an emotional mouse trap
    the hate of the top bears down on me, like some tightening strap
    the sorrow at bottom doesn't move, it just holds me in my place
    Hate and sorrow come together here, efforts always waste
    I want you gone, I can't forget
    snap. The spine is broke by the final step.
  2. Julia-C

    Julia-C Well-Known Member

    Very good expression of emotion. I like it.

    Well it is excepting who you are and who you are not. Along with the realization of one simple fact. If others don't except who you are and who you are not, then that confident person doesn't value their opinions, thoughts, or personal conceptions. Why you ask. Because confidence is knowing that another's outrageous opinions are just that opinions. We all have them, and they're no requirements to obtain then or form them. Confidence is knowing the opinions of others don't dictate who you are. You know who you are, and like a lump of clay of which you are the sole sculptor of.
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