The Child (Poem)

The Child

Fighting through the layers
Fighting through the masks
Too much piled up
Too afraid to ask

Reaching out for help
Silent ways unseen
I hate the fakeness
Yet it piles onto me

First the thinker, animal
Demon, then the child
Feel something past that
But see dark for miles

She hates thinker, hates child
Wants animal and demon
All pieces, hates pieces
Of the man that is beneath them

Thought they’d keep me safe
But I’m trapped in one place
The armor drags me down
Can’t stand under the weight

Have to let go
How do you let go?
When the thing that kept you safe
Is what takes away your soul?

It’s not enough to walk away
They surrounded me
Have to kill every piece
To finally be free

Thinker, animal
Demon could take a while
But the only thing I really fear
Is killing off the child

By Kephra Rubin

copyright 2013

kephrarubin.wordpress.com

I post as often as I can, but due to a slight case of dyslexia sometimes it is difficult to post quickly. I have to rewrite my work many times for it to be clear and concise. Subscribe and you’ll always know when I have something new up. Thanks in advance.

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About Kephra Rubin

I am slightly dyslexic and have a difficulty with writing. It's because of this that I try to write as much as I can. Lately my writing has improved quite a bit and it's thanks to everyone who reads and posts on my blog. Sometimes it is difficult for me to post as regularly as others do since everything requires a lot of rewrites. Subscribe to my blog so you always know when I've got something new up. Thanks in advance.
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3 Responses to The Child (Poem)

  1. Panamá says:

    I blog quite often and I really thank you for your posts.

    Your work has truly piqued my interest. I subscribed to your blog.

  2. Pingback: To Be Whole Again | Kephra Rubin

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