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I Don't Want To Take This Anymore
by Linda M Hill

Monday, February 02, 2004

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The wall keeps closing in
Keeping everything within
Time keeps marching on
Seems all hope is gone
I've struggled to be free
From the darkness inside me
No key to unlock this door
And I don't want to take this anymore

Dark clouds is all I see
Slowly suffocating me
Wrapped up inside myself
Knowing theres nothing left
Tears fall like gentle rain
They can't camouflage my pain
Too many to keep score
And I don't want to take this anymore

I search for a little light
There is none in sight
Sinking deeper in despair
I look but no ones there
Time slipping through my hands
No one understands
My life in pieces on the floor
And I don't want to take this anymore

© Linda Hill 2003
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Reviewed by Esra Karatash Alpay 2/4/2004
piece the puzzle!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/4/2004

i feel your pain--(((HUGS)))

powerful, melancholy write *tears*--one of your best

(((HUGS))) and love, karla. :(
Reviewed by The Voice (Reader) 2/3/2004
Your broken pieces from the floor
I will pick up by the score
My friend, You know I have been there before
And I will continue to be forever more

Great Piece.

Hugs Always,

The Voice
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 2/3/2004
Excellent Linda, well expressed in emotional latitude, but things are never ever as bad as they seem...I loved the way you pulled this one together.
Reviewed by - - - - - TRASK 2/3/2004
And, The Walls Do Will Keep Closing In On You All Everybody!!


Reviewed by Debashish Haar (Reader) 2/3/2004
AWESOME write, Linda!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 2/3/2004
Powerful write, Linda; hope you are okay! Email me if you ever need to talk, I'll listen and will lift you up in prayer to Jesus!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :( >tears <
Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader) 2/3/2004
Touching write
Reviewed by Roger Richard (Reader) 2/3/2004
Linda I enjoy your work but this kind makes me wish I could be there for you like your poems are there for others. Hugs and best wishes. Roger
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 2/3/2004
Linda...yet another gem from n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Dale Clark 2/3/2004
'My life in pieces on the floor
And I don't want to take this anymore'

These lines say it all. So Powerful!

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/2/2004
I can relate to this one Linda!!

Take care!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by John Bidwell 2/2/2004
Wow you capture the depths of pain so many feel.
They say it's aways darkest just before the dawn. I hope so.
Hang in their special lady.
You are needed more than you know.
Reviewed by Lori Moore 2/2/2004
Wonderful expression!
Reviewed by Vicky Jeter 2/2/2004
Hi Linda
I'm wondering if there might be some area of your life that is working and just does not weigh in as much as the pain. One way to find light is to focus on what is not so noticable. Balanced things don't make a splash. Find some very simple thing that you never have to think about working the way it is supposed to, and then ask yourself what it is about it that makes it easy.
Holding a space of wellness, Vicky
Reviewed by Michael Morash (Reader) 2/2/2004
Then don't. It's your choise to make, no one elses. Do what's good for you and the rest will pall into place.

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/2/2004
Hey, if this is fiction, it's great. If it isn't, you have already solved your problem by putting it to pen and allowing the rest of us a chance to tell you that you are not alone. We are behind you and care for you. You are good and things ALWAYS works out.
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 2/2/2004
Hope this is fiction Linda..excellent write..
Your friend......Ron
Reviewed by George Carroll 2/2/2004
Hang in there Linda, It's always the darkest before the light breaks through. I pray that it will happen soon for you. Don't despair that never solves anything. You are a great and sensitive person who needs God's helping hand. I will pray that you get it.
Love and hugs

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/2/2004
Very powerful poem, Linda.

But keep looking for that light - it's there somewhere; it always is.
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