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Not with your eyes,
But with your soul,
Can you see?

The insecure child,
Hiding, hoping, praying,
Can you see?

Looking for truth and honesty,
Tired of the games,
Can you see?

Bruised and battered,
Wanting you, to go away,
Praying - that you'll stay,
Can you see?

Always remembering the past,
You won't let it go away,
Treat it - like today,
Can you see?

A confused little boy,
Now a grown man,
Scared and in misery,
Can you see?

A life, lived on the edge,
Remorse and regret, things that were done,
Times, they are changing,
Can you see?

Tired of being neglected,
Always being ignored.
Just memories are left,
Some good....
Some sad.....
Please, bury the past.
Time... to move on...
Can you see?

(c)Dave Harm 2004 

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Reviewed by June Thompson
I have a poem I wrote years ago very similar to this. I appreciate this one for what its worth. well read
Reviewed by Karen Chalfant (Reader)
Very touching and heartfelt poem. Putting the past behind can be difficult but is not impossible. Forgiveness plays a big part. Thank you for sharing this!
Reviewed by Cynth'ya
Well, unfortunately, only those who choose to look beyond can see the effects of the past, and strive not to ever repeat them. And this of course, means, if we are to move on, we cannot wait for others to develop eyes of wisdom while developing our own.

blessin's 2 U Dave,
cynth'ya lewis reed
Reviewed by Lori Moore
If we would only learn to see from within. Very nice.
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers
Sometimes it's much harder to move on..when you are the child, even if others just don't get it.
Touching write.

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

yes, i can--i felt this one deep into my soul, because i always felt neglected, unloved and ignored, too--you've penned my childhood! living in the past only makes you sadder and more bitter...i choose to go on. the memories are still there, and they still hurt, but i don't dwell on them very often

powerful, introspective write--well done

(((HUGS))) and love, karla.
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