I Just Want To Be HappyAug 5th, 2009 | Author: admin | Category: Fly Poetry
Frustration. Confusion. Loneliness. Hurt. Any of these sound familiar? They have all met us at some point on our journey to finding a fulfilling love. One of our resident fly poet’s CeCe has captured the rawness of that emotion today, expressing the feelings we had long since hoped to articulate. Enjoy.
Written by: CeCe Clark
All I seek is happiness,
yet time and time again all I find is pain.
I am a magnetic field of woe,
attracting all the hurt and disappointment that can be mustered.
I am a wet, seeping volcano of frustration,
yearning for the most simple of life’s pleasures-
to feel my heart smile.
I am alone,
a sole system of mass confusion and unfulfilled desire.
My words only bring slight tolerance
of each anticipated situation, each cringing memory crouching in me.
Is it a curse to be the strongest?
To endure and continue to survive?
My experience calls me to question
the inevitable ever so evasive “WHY?”
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