If you were talking about God God was with you all the time he was carrying you thru your ordeals here on Earth Know his love for you was so strong that you are still here Remember think positive trust me its the secret Take Care Ron
And thank you for your recent comments I appreciate them I am looking forward to new poems by you
Deep and powerful. The last line especially emotional but the entire poem full of feeling. The tree part isn't corny but gives good insight to the girl and it's pretty. A lot of the time poems with this much repetition can get annoying but I didn't find that with this, probably because you had just the right amount of difference. Third stanza, second line dying is spelt < like that. No problems anywhere else
Where were you the times I was abused? Where were you when I couldn't sleep? Where were you when I slit my wrist? This time I cut it deep.
That stanza is the best and the most touching. Last line dramatic and a good way to finish Laura-Grace
I love this. Amazing. The words are great. I could feel everything you said. I love the repetition of "Where were you." It was so sad in such a beautiful way. I could compliment this all day, but I think you get the point... I love it. My favorite part was the end:
"Where were you the times I was abused? Where were you when I couldn't sleep? Where were you when I slit my wrist? This time I cut it deep."
Suicide usually always seems like a good idea at the time, but as Im sure you've heard, it's not the best solution. You're very talented. Keep smiling, even when it's hard. Good luck with everything. Great job
This was well written. You seem to be looking for a savior of sorts who keep failing you. This is an emotional poem and it is sad because you ended it with suicide. I thought your flow was good. And your imagery was very good. I liked it. Maggie
I liked this. As I state about must poems involving self-injury; I usually find it cliché. And, though this poem did have it's clichéish moments, I found it fresh for the most part. I thought you had something good going with the flow. I also liked that you refained from using any 'cheap' rhymes (that, and hat) you sort of expanded yourself to use some words that people didn't see coming. My favourite stanza had to be the first: "Where were you when my sister died So young, wild and free? Where were you when i cried and hid In the shadows of my tree?"
My advice would be to correct the spelling mistake in your title. That put me off a bit, but I understand that typoes happen (to me quite often, in fact). I would also like to see you make your 'i's uppercase, just for kicks. I don't mean to get stingey on grammar or anything, though. Anyway, over all I'd have to say I liked this piece quite a bit.
Nicely written. A solid piece from beginning to end. I could feel your sense of loneliness in each line. I personally like the "tree" part.. and yes, the ending was forceful in getting your emotion across to your reader. I too have had moments of feeling so alone that I would ask this question (in my mind) to all who love me.. "where were (are) you?" A good write. Keep it up.. ~Sandra