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Below is the poem entitled YOUR VOICE which was written by poet Judy Emery. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

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The poem is below.



Your voice is deep
and it makes me weep 
your words cut throw my soul
in a world of the unknown,

You're always on my mind
day and night 
you give me so much fright 
that had changed my life,

I wept through out the night
I pray for old memories
to leave me and give me peace 
but the years are still given me rain
where my life is holding all the pain,

I'm alone crying on my pillow
out side my window 
I see a big willow tree 
it looked as lonely as me 
where you are standing underneath
stalking me,

I can hear your voice calling out top me
you sound so scary 
and very unpredictable
your anger is your true desire 
to smear the mirror of time with more lies,

At first it seemed shocking 
that you even exist  
I thought it was all in my head 
now idea you are real 
that keeps me so i'll,

this is intriguing that gives me curiosity
that gives me more ideas to write 
every time you give me more rain
I will never let you make me feel ashamed 
out take any more blame for your hateful ways
did you hear my voice?
Do you understand what I had to say?

Poetic Judy  Emery (c)

Copyright © | Year Posted 2017

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