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shut out

The truth I see in your eyes
Deep down in your soul
The truth you don't show anyone
Not even me
The anger that fills up inside you
I don't understand
It explodes at me with all its might
It hurts it crushes it takes a piece of me
I wish you'd let me in
Instead you shut me out

Copyright © krista Coleman | Year Posted 2014


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  1. Date: 5/6/2016 1:55:00 AM

    KRISTA, this is an awesome poem, thank you for sharing. ** SKAT
  1. Date: 4/22/2016 11:58:00 AM

    Krista, nicely penned. Glad to read your poem today. Luv ~LINDA~
  1. Date: 11/13/2014 3:08:00 PM

    I love that the way this is written, really can explain to other people what it's like to be in an abusive situation. How you want to stay because you care. Well done. -TJ
  1. Date: 11/13/2014 2:59:00 PM

    Some people have a difficulty of expressing themselves -- sometimes they don't even know exactly what they are feeling . . . here is one suggestion -- pick something you both like doing . . . enjoy the task, event, the togetherness then slowly let conversation develop. I am assuming this is not physical violence -- if it is -- get safe, now!