Collection of poems about family, love and women

Courage
My life has changed since I found me
A new life begun at a turning point
Time to move forward to see what the fates
Held in store for my life.
I learned to grow meant to take a chance
Find a dream that had yet to be born
Learn to stand on my own feet
Amazed at how strong I truly am.
Found the courage to change my life
Live the dream that has been bottled up inside
Take the chance to experience love again
In the arms of a generous, loving man.
Time has passed and I have learned much
Never to forget to trust my instincts
The little voice we have inside us is never wrong
Love led me to where my heart belongs.

Copyright 2002 Becca Kauffman

I Disguise My Pain
It’s dark and lonely. I’m sad and scared.
Everyday the same, and getting nowhere.
I miss the life that I had, the friends and strong will.
Maybe I’ve been wrong. And this is the real deal.
I know there are others, who are in worse shape than me.
But that doesn’t help me none, when it’s my face I see.
On the other side of that mirror, with tears down my face.
Only God would make it better, or take me out of this place.
I disguise my pain, so I understand your suprise
But if you look close, you could see it in my eyes.
I laugh at your jokes, and at times sing you a song.
I wipe away your tears, and tell you that you’re wrong.
You say that life is bad, I’m there to assure you it will be alright.
Inside I’m trying to believe that, truly with all of my might.
I wake each day, for one reason alone.
Though I slowly feel like I’m turning to stone.
I guess we all feel this way, every now and again.
I just wish that my dying inside would come to the end.
I disguise my pain, so I understand your suprise.
But if you look close, you could see it in my eyes.

Anonimous
I Disguise My Pain

It’s dark and lonely.  I’m sad and scared.
Everyday the same, and getting nowhere.
I miss the life that I had, the friends and strong will.
Maybe I’ve been wrong. And this is the real deal.

I know there are others, who are in worse shape than me.
But that doesn’t help me none, when it’s my face I see.
On the other side of that mirror, with tears down my face.
Only God would make it better, or take me out of this place.

I disquise my pain, so I understand your suprise
But if you look close, you could see it in my eyes.

I laugh at your jokes, and at times sing you a song.
I wipe away your tears, and tell you that you’re wrong.
You say that life is bad, I’m there to assure you it will be alright.
Inside I’m trying to believe that, truly with all of my might.

I wake each day, for one reason alone.
Though I slowly feel like I’m turning to stone.
I guess we all feel this way, every now and again.
I just wish that my dying inside would come to the end.

I disguise my pain, so I understand your suprise.
But if you look close, you could see it in my eyes.

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