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My Prescription

I cried like a lost child,
Screamed 'til my voice went'
Laughed like a mad woman,
Then I moved like nothing happened.

But something happened, 
It was like I was poisoned
How did all this happen?
I took you to a place where you did not belong.

A land so sacred,
Forgot to search, 
In you were, in a spilt second gone, 
You were

Your thorn filled boots,
Have left a mark in my land,
Left the most poisonous seed,
That started to burn from the very core,
Agony so great made me so numb.

I cried like a lost child,
Screamed 'til my voice went,
Laughedlike a mad woman,
Then moved like nothing happened.

Moved to where you left your mark,
Sat by the mark,
And wondered why?
Continued to cry, screamed and laughed,
As if this was my treatment
For you poisoned me.

I cried like a lost child,
Screamed 'til my voice went,
Laughed like a mad woman,
Then I moved like nothing happened.

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  1. Date: 9/20/2010 7:55:00 AM

    Kinda sad emotion in this one..Sad that one person could have that much hold on another..You expressed that very well..I am glad that I read this one this morn for it tells a different kind of story..Sara

  1. Date: 9/17/2010 9:20:00 AM

    As the week ends I find myself reading and enjoying the many diverse poems here at PoetrySoup today. I am glad to see your poetry among these Mondi. Have a wonderful weekend. Love, Carol