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Cut
by Kacie Rahm

Friday, May 28, 2004
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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I'm much better now, about an old phase of my life....

Bearing it down,
Smashing it in,
Splitting apart,
Releasing my heart.

Slashing across,
Artwork and scars,
Physical pain,
Stuck in the rain.

Blades are my companion,
Friends of my wrist,
Begging for a razors kiss,
When my entire life's amiss.

Safety pins,
Earrings,
Fingernails,
Knives.
People get to know them well when they can't control their lives.
Razors,
Nail Files,
Blades,
Scissors.
I find uses for all when I'm in misery.

Blood is flowing,
But no emotion is showing.
Pain is beating,
But my brain is leading.
So as I bring the blade upon my arm,
I forget about everything, and focus on my own harm.

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Reviewed by Lavendar Jazz 3/26/2008
Very nice poem... I am glad this is in your past and I appreciate such an honest look at "cutting". People don't realize that this happens often in society.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/26/2008
Raw and honest, this goes right to the soul of the reader. Love and best wishes to you, Kacie.

Regis
Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 6/1/2004
this is an amazing write. the one that brings youfrom the realm of a novice to an artist.
Reviewed by Nathan Hess (Reader) 5/31/2004
wowzer, hope you are truly better, you're a cute girl, go have a fun life, that's what its all about
With love,
Nathan Hess
Reviewed by Kacie Rahm 5/29/2004
Karen: The reason I did this in the first place was to sort out a lot of problems in my life...you can read "Your Addiction" or "Another Jason" or just about all of my poems to see what they are. But when my friend started cutting I realized that it gets me nowhere and I stopped, evry now and then I get an urge, but I haven't cut for 3 months and 6 days.

Retta: Thank you for your kind words, the anguish isn't ALL in the past, but my bad habits are, I rediscovered writing is all.

J. Allen: I particularly found comfort in your review, thank you for reviewing my poem, and commenting on the writing moreso than my problems.

Lori: Thanks bundles for your review, I'm definitely a happier girl these days. I think I got the main message of yoru review even though I don't know what "catharsis" means.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/29/2004
I am glad you are no longer harming yourself, Kaci, but why did you do it in the first place? There are better ways to deal with your pain, and writing is one of the best therapies around! Powerful, hardhitting write!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 5/28/2004
I am glad this expression of the pain and anguish you felt is in the past, this poem was outstanding,

Reindeer
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 5/28/2004
Excellent statements in this write, which speak of another, more darker side of the psyche. Well written piece.
Allen
Reviewed by Lori Moore 5/28/2004
I'm gldd you are "better" about the old phase. I know how writing can be a wonderful catharsis. Great expression.



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