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It Didn't Hurt Too Much
by S G Cardin

Thursday, June 24, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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This poem was written my junior year in High School and was included in my High School Literary Magazine, "The Oracle."

When I was three I broke my arm.
It didnít hurt too much.
I was proud of my cast and everyone signed it,
When I was three.

When I was five, I stuck my hand in a beehive.
It didnít hurt too much.
My daddy saved me from those nasty bees,
When I was five.

When I was eleven, I moved away.
It didnít hurt too much.
I wrote to Sandy and she wrote to me,
When I was eleven.

When I was sixteen, I was quiet and shy.
It didnít hurt too much.
I hid the pain so no one else would know.
I never knew what Iíd done wrong.
When I was sixteen.

JAN 86

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Reviewed by Anne Brooks 7/25/2005
Lovely poem! Hiding the pain can make it worse,sometimes...anne pawlak.
Reviewed by jude forese 6/25/2004
well done!
Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 6/25/2004
This is an excellent poem.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 6/25/2004
There is a lot of power behind this lovely poem. Enjoyed.
Reviewed by na na (Reader) 6/25/2004
A sweet poem. Many of us didn't hurt too much for the most intimate thing that happened in our lives; catching us by surprise. Hugs.

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